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Re: Back to my garden....

Well, anyone who visits gardens knows they can't depend on the weather or
bloom times.  However, those who visit railroad gardens should be able to
expect a railroad.  If you've got until October to decide, I'd tell him 'no
dice' if the hardscape isn't in at that time.  If it were me, I'd put my
foot down earlier than that because your perennials (which go in after the
hardscape - meaning train and stream, etc) should be in in September at the
latest to be of much consequence next year.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, July 26, 2004 5:59 AM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Back to my garden....

> Well- the whole story goes--
> I left the meeting with a few other of the wives, we headed over to the
> bar. When we returned to the meeting- em-- I was the treasurer of the
> event and my yard was on tour!:(
> Until John gets his act together and gets the train part in, nothing I
> can do with the planting and villages. I don't do the train part!
> I think I have till Oct to decide. I have always planned a year in
> advance for a tour. But even then, the weather can change the bloom
> periods anyways, especially at this time of year.
> Donna
> >
> > You've done tours before and I'm sure you'll be able to bring it all
> > together.  Personally, I would never leave myself open to that much
> > stress,
> > but you seem to be fine with it.  If I were to be part of a train
> garden
> > tour, though, I would want the main parts, like the train and the
> stream
> > already in place before ever agreeing.
> >
> > Kitty
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
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