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Re: Black Mondo Grass

In a message dated 12/31/04 9:53:33 AM, SheriAnnRicherson@exoticgardening.com 

<< Well, I would dig up a couple inches of soil, cut out the areas where the
plant will need to come through, lay the chicken wire down, anchor it with
landscape pins and cover it back up. >>

Sheri, I think we may add a sign saying these plants belong to volunteer 
gardeners and please respect their ownership.  We do have MG signs around the 
garden but that does not help.

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