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Re: Genes greenhouse/ troughs

Hello Ceres,
    I am beginning to get the feeling that we may be talking about two
different things, but still talking concrete.. or hypertufa. Would you tell
me a bit more about the concrete leaves? We take Better Homes and Gardens
here, but I do not remember the article on making concrete leaves. Remember
which issue??
    Troughs I was referring to would be foot and a half to two feet in
length, over 12 inches in depth. Most hypertufa troughs we see around here
run a bit on the small size.. more like large dishes for sedums... that sort
of thing.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
> << especially the medium to larger
> sizes. We can not get ahead.
>     JoAn was in concrete some years back >>
> What size is med & lg?  Does this mean she has made the leaves?  This is
> rather new around here but of course comes from Lewis & Little.  One of my
> friends featured her process in Better Homes & Gardens recently.
>     BTW, part of her (Rosemary Kautzky) garden is featured in the current
> Garden Shed, a Meredith special interest mag.
>     Ceres

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