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In a message dated 4/2/2000 11:39:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
EntICE11@aol.com writes:

<< Is that Zoysia grass you mentioned on your letter? I have always wondered 
 that grass was really better. I had seen it advertised, I guess I am just 
 naturally suspicious.
 Always wondered if it worked. >>

paula, hey how 's the shoulder??

yes, zoysia is a wonderful winter dormant turf grass.
it can be sprigged or sodded.
there are a couple different varieties.
i believ 'meyers' is tough on feet, but very beautiful.
i grew it as a very high maintenance lawn for a doctor client.
it required a special reel type mower to keep it at 1 1/2" .

a "reel" beauty tho.
i dont know the suitability for your area tho.
take care.

Cindy Johnson  &  Harry Abel    
we do not create the beauty, we only point out the beauty God has created     
hand carved stone water basins            traditional bamboo water garden 
         japanese maples                         hosta bonsai     

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