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Re: mulch


> Actually I think you get into gardening once you... just to broke to go
out and
> party every night like you used too...

Heck I could have partied cheaper than I garden!

> There are many shade trees for zone 5... depends on how fast she needs
> shade, how much room, the moisture conditions there

Just offer a favorite, we'll research it when the time comes.

Kitty

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Monday, May 10, 2004 8:47 PM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] mulch


> Now Kitty.... are you sure you are related to Megan...LOL!
>
> Actually I think you get into gardening once you grow up and have to
> deal with life and a house.... or maybe just to broke to go out and
> party every night like you used too...
>
> Hopefully you told her that when she was ready to try something to call
> you. Gosh wish I had someone to direct me at first and not actually try
> to grow something in that clay at my first house, many moons ago....
>
> There are many shade trees for zone 5... depends on how fast she needs
> shade, how much room, the moisture conditions there,... tough question.
>
> Donna
>
>
> > No.  Megan is afraid of worms and has zero interest in gardening.
> Mike
> > seems to prefer houseplants.  They just wanted the mulch to look
> better,
> > so
> > that's about how I left it.  The daylilies will probably do alright in
> the
> > clay, they can survive almost anything.  I also planted some Geranium
> > phaeum, because Mike liked it, but thats about it.  Down the road,
> Megan
> > wants to install a shade tree, so I will probably help with that.
> Anybody
> > want to suggest a favorite shade tree for Zone 5?
> >
> > Kitty
>
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