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Re: anybody planting out there?

I was out for 1-2 hours this morning, starting my planting bed  
cleanup, until it started raining!

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Mar 9, 2007, at 12:59 PM, Johnson Cyndi D Civ 95 CG/SCSRT wrote:

> I'm waiting for the stuff I ordered from Bluestone to come in. Most of
> it is for the space I cleared out of the front lawn last summer. I  
> have
> been waiting for the dry garden to show some signs of life before I
> decide on replacing stuff in there, but so far there's only activity
> from the grass weeds, it's pretty discouraging. I really thought  
> more of
> it would come back. I probably should have ordered new stuff before  
> now,
> but I can always go to Theodore Payne nursery and pick up some things.
> More expensive than mail-order and with natives I have not found  
> bigger
> to necessarily be better but at least it will be a start. Well, and
> maybe some will start showing growth, the garden guy for the LA Times
> says you should wait till April.
> Pretty darn dry here too, they say Los Angeles will have had the  
> driest
> year in recorded history if we don't get significant quantities in
> March. I don't know what the record is for right here but it's got  
> to be
> in the running.
> Not sure what I'll be doing in the garden this weekend but probably it
> will be cleanup.
> Cyndi

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