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Re: ain't it what it's all about


From: L. P. Skeen (lpskeen@living-tree.net)
Date: Mon Jul 03 2000 - 09:11:08 PDT

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    Michal,

    With regard to your hot/dry spot behind the garage, check into xeriscaping.
    There are, especially out west, companies that specialize in plants that
    thrive in hot/dry situations. I used to have a catalog from one of the
    companies, and the photos were just fabulous. Check it out.

    Lisa
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: The Austin's <whest177>
    To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet>
    Sent: Monday, July 03, 2000 10:51 AM
    Subject: Re: ain't it what it's all about

    > As we're on the subject, I would like to invite all of you to my little
    > piece of heaven @ http://www.geocities.com/whest177/pond_index.html . I
    > spend all my waking hours in my backyard watching the hummingbirds and
    > butterflies, feeding my fish out of my hand, deadheading waterlily plants,
    > enjoying our waterfall, I could go on and on! The back of our garage is
    hot
    > and dry, with sandy rocks so it would take something pretty hardy to grow
    > back there, so I am painting a mural of a garden! It is soooo relaxing,
    and
    > when school starts back up I can guarantee I will START the year stress
    > free~
    > Michal
    >
    >
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    >

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