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RE: Back to my garden....

Donna: Well.........good luck...would love to see progress pictures as
you get going if you have the time, which I suspect you probably won't,
so one at the end of it all would be good.

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."    
--Albert Einstein

 --- On Mon 07/26, Donna < justme@prairieinet.net > wrote:
From: Donna [mailto: justme@prairieinet.net]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 20:43:39 -0500
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Back to my garden....

LOL! Kitty- you had me roaring cause I know you are saying this with
a<br>straight face.<br><br>I figure I will be planting the day before
they come in the train<br>area... he has so much to do it is not funny.
We area still yapping<br>about the stream. A picture is worth a thousand
was late last week- some progress has been made, but not much, and<br>we
are leaving for a couple of weeks soon. After you all get off
the<br>floor from laughing so hard, we have pulled stuff like this off
before.<br>Two weeks of real work on it and the hardscapes could be done
enough...<br>but that stream has to go! Either curved or something...
The bottom of<br>the picture is where the large pond
is....<br><br>Donna<br><br><br>> Well, anyone who visits gardens knows
they can't depend on the weather<br>or<br>> bloom times. However, those
who visit railroad gardens should be able<br>to<br>> expect a railroad.
If you've got until October to decide, I'd tell<br>him<br>> 'no<br>>
dice' if the hardscape isn't in at that time. If it were me, I'd
put<br>my<br>> foot down earlier than that because your perennials
(which go in after<br>the<br>> hardscape - meaning train and stream,
etc) should be in in September<br>at<br>> the<br>> latest to be of much
consequence next year.<br>> <br>>
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