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RE: mulch

Sounds like you are going to be there for awhile working that .... clay
into something gardeningable... (is that a word?)

Funny how some small project turns into a major issue... happens to me
all the time...


> Oh, nuts!
> BTW, I went back to my niece's house to plant a few things today.  I
> pulled
> away the mulch and cut away the fabric and found....cypress mulch
> it.
> Then I dug down again (thought I might fall down the infamous rabbit
> and found.....black plastic.  So by now the soil level is 8-10 inches
> down.
> No way to plant anything.  Except.....there was a large area on a
> that did not have the second layer.  So I cut the hole and found
> clay. The worst possible stuff!  and these people actually went to the
> effort of hauling it in there.
> Beats me!
> Kitty

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