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RE: miniature railroad garden

Yeah- I am always looking for plants that will work....it is harder than you
think to find stuff. Yeah, there are some, but to fill the area with
different plants is rough. Even if you keep stuff trimmed up, but have to
watch the size of the leaves... and hope they also stay small.

Got time on this.... he has to finish the track first!

> donna - I'm looking through Forestfarm's catalogue and they highlight
> their
> emplyee's gardens.  One is a G-scale railroad garden (1:24)  He mentions a
> list of ssome plants he uses or is hoping to get.  Interested?
> Kitty

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