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RE: My non-gardening weekend

I did 5 years ago, although I moved for a totally different reason. I
was a shade gardener who was transplanted to full sun, no shade. It was
an experience to say the least. My trees are finally big enough to
provide some shade. Decided to keep part of my yard in the sun and part
in the shade... so I can now have the best of both worlds..

ps 40 years is not old for a house....

> > Maybe it would have been easier to buy a new house :)
> Absolutely NOT!!!
> Do you think I want to start a garden from scratch NOW?  
> Kitty

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