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« Reply #7: March 08, 2007, 09:58:19 pm »

I am living in a place with a yard for the first time in my life! Having lived in Brooklyn most of my adult life, I've never been able to grow anything (black thumb for indoor stuff).

However, I've planted lavendar, rosemary, lily of the valley, and the area for my 3 rose bushes is almost ready. I've learned how to use a garden weasle, a rake (for the leaves), and my friend is going to show me how to mow grass. I've put 50 lbs of Jubilee composted manure & lime in the area I'm going to plant the roses.

Another friend is giving me slips from his climbing rose and wisteria.

I've gotten a hummingbird feeder and have also planted 2 butterfly bushes.

This is so exciting! I've never played in the dirt before like this. Oh, and I have this absolutely wonderful lilac TREE! Right in front of my porch and it's 25 feet high. I can't wait for the flowers to bloom.

Dogwood, freesia, daffodils and pansies are all in full bloom already here in Greenville, SC.

Phouka
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