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Re: hello out there...

Glad your new garden is coming along- and that you
have the heat you missed so much last winter!  I hoped
to finish the patio today, but the last section is
always the hardest and I was just too tired.  So, now
it will have to wait until Saturday since I'm working
tomorrow and going to a concert in the evening.  I'm
sure it will be done by lunchtime on Saturday, then we
can return the darned saw- after having it for a week,
that should be a nice bill!  But, what can you do- I
do still have to work and really wasn't willing to
kill myself to get it done in a long weekend.


--- Andrea Hodges <andreah@hargray.com> wrote:

> Theresa, I attempted to do a flagstone patio once,
> and ended up hiring 
> someone. The stones were just to hard to move alone.
> Glad it's turning out 
> well and that you are nearly done. We want pictures
> of course!
> I've been outside watering. SO dry here. I planted a
> small perennial garden 
> in my one sunny spot and my pentas and coneflowers
> were drooping so I had to 
> get the hose out. Watered the orchids, I was so
> excited to see my newest 
> addition (Shomburkia, species orchid) putting out
> new roots and a kikki from 
> a Dendrobium putting out new growth. Very gratifying
> after hauling some of 
> them 2000 miles and the others I rescued from the
> Garden Gate where they 
> were quickly perishing from lack of care.
> Anyone familiar with Cymbidiums? Should I bring them
> in as it gets hotter? 
> They prefer nights at 60 something and in a few
> weeks that won't be 
> happening anymore.
> A
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Theresa" <tchessie1@sbcglobal.net>
> To: "GardenChat" <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Sent: Thursday, June 08, 2006 12:26 AM
> Subject: [CHAT] hello out there...
> > Is everyone outside or what?  No new messages??  I
> was outside earlier- 
> > taking a break from laying paver blocks- thank god
> we are nearly done with 
> > that (hope to finish tomorros)!  FYI- larger
> blocks are NOT better-  we 
> > are using 9x9 and 9x12 blocks.  The smaller ones
> are OK, but the larger 
> > are just too big, too heavy, harder to level and a
> general pain.  If I did 
> > this all over again, I'd get no blocks bigger than
> 9x9.  Live and learn- 
> > hopefully someone else can learn from my mistake. 
> Here I assumed it would 
> > be easier if there were fewer blocks, but no- not
> true at all.
> >
> > Anyway- my balloon flower and a new coreopsis is
> blooming.  I'll have to 
> > take pics tomorrow sometime.  Also, my sago palm
> has a whole mess of new 
> > fronds coming up, it looks like an octopus or
> medusa's head or something. 
> > I counted 36 new fronds emerging!
> >
> > Happy gardening all-
> >
> > Theresa
> >
> >
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