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RE: This weekend in the desert

Or like me- they are tired of something eating all the Holly leaves during
the winter and having this stick bush for a good portion of the

Thinking about digging mine out and giving up.


> > deposited there!  So what's wrong with hollies??  Should I be afraid?
> Nothing whatsoever.  Maybe somebody dumped their holly because they'd
> waited
> for years and it never gave them berries.  Maybe they didn't knw it takes
> 2
> to tango.
> Kitty

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