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Re: soil types and pH

on 8/31/03 10:59 AM, Ray & Nora Edwards wrote:

If the plants are happy

That's what I feel. If it "ain't" broke don't fix it. I do have a little
problem with Heather. They seem to be "touchy" about moisture. I just ripped
one out. Right next to it the other 2 are ok. On the whole, just about
anything grows here. Mainly if you have reasonably good drainage.
Magnificent day today. Will get hotter later in day. Y'all have a gr888
Labor Day weekend.

Tony Veca <>< 
Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
Vancouver, WA  USA

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