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New member Sue, Zone 6, I think- I always forget, Upstate NY on Lake Ontario.
I'm a wife and mother, with an impending Big 5-0 just prior to Christmas this
year.  I have several gardens, mostly perennial.  Two gardens are primarily
shade gardens, receiving perhaps 3 or so hours of direct sunshine per day.
One garden is a rock garden with two small water features.  One garden is a
Forever Wild and two are direct sunlight.  One garden is herb/salad.  Our
property is not overly big, just fairly spread out.  I'm also a Lifeguard, a
runner, a professional choir member, and attend Mass pretty near daily.  I
tend to burn the candle at all possible ends.  Spring has sprung and our toads
have returned to their occupation.  :>  My bird feeder attracts Cardinals and
some larger birds, and many squirrels.
Sue, Upstate NY
Zone 6

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