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Re: trough planting

At 08:36 PM 3/8/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Ronnie, I  was glad you asked.  Now you say you are beginning to
understand, but I
>still cannot picture it.  Perhaps someone will reply with some answers.
What are
>some of the possible dimensions of a trough and where would they be placed?
>Sorry, but I just can't picture it and I am very interested because it
sounds like
>something I can use.
Go to p. 9 of the Gardener's Supply catalogue (maybe also their web site?)
or p. 7 of the Wayside catalogue for pics. You'll also note the prices! 

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