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Re: Are we ready?


when you get to Bonnies message... you will understand
LOL!

Donna

--- Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net> wrote:

> > may have to start a coffee can design.
> 
> ???
> 
> Kitty
> neIN, Zone 5
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Donna" <gossiper@sbcglobal.net>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2006 6:50 PM
> Subject: [CHAT] Are we ready?
> 
> 
> > The first day of spring is just around the corner,
> are you ready? What
> > happened to us exercising so we don't have the
> trauma of muscles rebelling
> > as we clean up the gardens? :)
> >
> > I had an unexpected weekend off, so today we had
> choices- do we go to the
> > Garden show at Navy Pier, continue on cleaning out
> the basement, or go
> > outside and do something...
> >
> > The garden won, since it was a nice day here.
> >
> > I will probably be looking for more trees this
> year, as I FINALLY pruned
> > them- and I am the worst pruner in the world. My
> trees are a bit bare now,
> > but at least we will not be running into the
> branches while mowing anymore
> > (well I won't be anyways). I think I got carried
> away after starting - 
> > which
> > took forever trying to decide which ones to take
> out.
> >
> > Then on to the roses, bushes, and everything else
> I didn't get to last 
> > fall.
> > Did notice some of the trees were thinking about
> budding, but I pruned
> > anyways. Also took out a huge part of the trumpet
> vine that was going the
> > wrong way since I wasn't around to train it last
> year. Hopefully I didn't
> > kill it.
> >
> > As I was cleaning up the pond, since obviously DH
> didn't get all the plant
> > remains out last fall, did notice the lilies are
> already starting to grow.
> > Seems early.
> >
> > The animals (assuming rabbits since that is what I
> saw) have already done
> > some pruning throughout the yard, may have to
> start a coffee can design. 
> > And
> > dang nab it, someone cut off the clematis again--
> lotsa of vines on the
> > fence and this one foot of nothing then the
> ground... sigh... fought 
> > getting
> > them off the fence since obviously they are not
> going to grow since 
> > nothing
> > reaches the ground.
> >
> > I left most of the ground/plant cover there as I
> felt we are still going 
> > to
> > get some weather and they will need it. But the
> daylilies were already
> > peeking out! Got some other things growing all
> over and I can't for the 
> > life
> > of me remember planting anything like it. But last
> year was lost between
> > train convention meetings and working enormous
> hours...there was no
> > gardening done here by me so... who knows what Pat
> planted...need to call
> > her!
> >
> > Only got about half of the gardens done, but maybe
> I will still be able to
> > walk tomorrow - LOL!
> >
> > Donna
> >
> >
>
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