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RE: Spring is coming!

LOL! I thought my garden was the only one on wheels... seems I am always
moving something hoping it will like the new surrounding better.


> Robins do not leave here in the winter, and I'm not sure bluebirds
> or
> not.  At any rate we have lots of them (bluebirds) around now.  This
> morning I
> "rearranged" the yard like most people rearrange furniture.  Planted
> trees: 1
> saw-toothed oak, 1 sycamore, 1 pawlonia, 2 oaks of unknown origin, 1
> sassafras
> and 3 KY coffee trees.  I have a bald cypress to pick up and plant
> afternoon.  All the trees are small, and half of them came up on my
> beds.  I
> bought the coffee trees, and the saw-toothed oak and the cypress were
> gifts.
> Also moved some althea and viburnum to better locations.  I'm sure
> will
> appreciate the new menu. :-)
> zem
> zone 7
> West TN

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