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Re: morning/weather/gardening


Hmmm,
Maybe visit your local thrift shop for some "classy" gardening duds?
You know, neutral colors that won't show the dirt, but good cut,
comfortable, washable etc. Or save some less visible corners to work on when
they entertain?
I also have neighbors who have a better view of my garden than I have.
----- Original Message -----
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Monday, January 19, 2004 7:37 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] morning/weather/gardening


> In a message dated 1/18/04 4:44:37 PM, justme@prairieinet.net writes:
>
> << I would tell them if they are having a special affair, to let you know
> not to be in your gardening gear. But also that you have to maintain it
> on your schedule.
>
> Either that or build a high privacy fence and really tick them off
> :)LOL! >>
>
> Donna, you must keep in mind, these are dear friends. No fences!  They
have
> great intentions of gardens of their own but they are home so little and
it is
> not a priority for them as it is for me.  Neither was it for me when I was
> that age and had a young family and career.  They do have a nice start.  I
give
> them lots of plants and even woody plants that I wanted but noplace to
put.  We
> both enjoy them on their lot.
>     Kitty, I do have trees, shrubs included in the garden so they have a
nice
> view but can not see into the heart of my garden unless they are viewing
from
> their 2nd story window.  We always take care of their home when they trave
> and this gives me the option of really looking at my garden from their
view.  I
> find this provides another perpective and very helpful.
>     Ceres
>
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