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Re: Anyone gardening this weekend?

Rain is predicted, but that's happened before and nothing fell.  So far
it's heavily overcast but still dry as a bone.  We did get nearly half an
inch during the week, but mostly just gray and depressing.  If the rain
holds off, and I can get my act together, it's time to cut back what is
left of the peony foliage and bag it for the garbage.  Deer have never
eaten the peony foliage before, but this year they have done a real job
on it.  Still, I need to cut down the stalks.  Then there will be general
clean-up.  Everything is so dry and deer-eaten that it looks dismal, but
maybe just cutting back what's left  will make it look neat at least.
I have already planted the daffs I ordered for this year, and a few tulips
for a protected spot - hope I can keep it protected.  This has been the
most discouraging summer, what with deer, drought, and falling trees.
In a message dated 10/26/2007 12:15:59 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
judylee@lewiston.com writes:

> So what's everyone got planned for the weekend? 

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