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Re: update on garden/bottle brush

Ah, Donna, that explains it...thanks.  Well, if you have 8 small
trees, in not too many years, you're gonna have 8 large trees and end
up a shade gardener:-)

Sounds like panic mode could pop in about this coming August with
that deadline.  Probably shouldn't get too elaborate; just assess
what you consider your weakest areas and hit them for the tour.  Of
course, your pond is such a feature that most people will be looking
at that and not pay attention to your side yard area, really.  You
may have all you can do to get your DH on the stick re: the train!

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Donna  <justme@prairieinet.net>
> Maybe I should have been more specific... I live in a newer
> actually on the street between the old homes and new ones. The
> homes all have stately trees, pines and assorted plant material,
most of
> those homes are in the 100yr old range. The new subdivision folks
> really not planted trees. On my lot I have planted 10 trees, but 2
> didn't make it. I don't have a huge place, and the pond takes up
about a
> third. 
> Of course sitting in the cold here, I have big plans of getting the
> finishing touches on some areas and planting others. I am on a 2005
> deadline so hoping the weather this season cooperates. We are on a
> national tour next year (garden railroads) and I have to get some
> done.... one way or another. Of course DH never finished the revamp
> the train layout yet either.... 
> Donna

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