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Re: como

In a message dated 2/12/05 10:25:06 PM, tchessie@comcast.net writes:

<< Glad to hear I am not the only plant "re-arranger" in the group! >>

Theresa, you are not alone.  I move trees, shrubs, roses, perennials, rocks 
(the smaller ones), beds & ponds. When I purchase interior items they are 
selected for a particular spot & never moved but my plants should come with wheels. 
 Each spring as I prepare for my seasonal ventures I think how it would be to 
have a completed garden & simply care for existing plants and manicure an 
existing design.  Boring!!

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