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RE: Hydrangea Madness

You have an article in Easy Care Landscaping... thinking I should read that,
cause nothing lately in my garden is cooperating... 


> > Where are you going to put them all?
> Beats the heck outta me. I will find someplace in this horticultural zoo.
> The good thing is that I've been reclaiming several hundred feet of
> perennial
> beds and planting flowering trees and shrubs and conifers in anticipation
> of
> the time that I won't be able to garden much. 3 knee operations, herniated
> disks and arthritis are driving my future plans.
> d
> Don't miss my featured garden design in "Easy-Care Landscaping" on local
> news
> stands now!
> "A garden, where one may enter in and forget the whole world, cannot be
> made
> in a week, nor a month, nor a year; it must be planned for, waited for and
> loved into being."    Chinese Proverb
> www.MrsGreenThumb.com

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