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Re: Trilliums ?

> Our driveway is paver brick over a 10" large stone base with chips and dust
> to fill in and then a 2" layer of sand.  It isn't rocket science, but it is
> labor intensive when you do as much as Bill and I did.  300 Sq Ft ought to
> be manageable though.  I think if we had it to do over, we'd have opted for
> decomposed granite instead of sand for the last layer.  Weeds will grow in
> just about anything and we do have our share of weeds to rip out between the
> paver bricks.

Wow, 14".  That's deep.  Of course, mine is just for walking (thank 

> You will send a photo, won't you, when you're done?

Of course!  Key words though -- when I'm done.  :)


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