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We had some soft rain last night and this morning so I thought it would be a
good time to plant some more grass seed (I'm trying to replace some Johnson
weed and other obnoxious types...but I'm not a grass person so won't do the
whole dead.) and do some weeding.B  Pulling out wild violets, I noticed that
they were trying to bloom.B  There are a few other bulbs trying to do the
same.B  Will this twice blooming weaken them?B  Should I feed them?

Usually, by now we are into a nice, colorful fall.B  Although there is some
color here and there, the green is holding on.

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