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Long time....

Posted by stanreese 7 (stanreese@hotmail.com) on
Sun, Jul 20, 08 at 12:13

Okay, it's been a while since I could even get back on here, Life is fun, albeit busy. Granger is now 2, I think Maggie came along since my last post and she just turned one in June. Now, we are expecting again. We're due in early February.

Any free time I have had has been cleaning the yard and getting ready to plant. Thus, I will offer what I have updated on my trade list for anything that will grow on a rock. Nah, it's rocky here but not that bad. Soil is getting better but I have some serious slopes in some serious sunny areas and some other slopes in the shade that I need to plant. The sunny areas are most important now. In person trades would be great ahead of the next plant swap.

I'm pretty much using small terraces to seperate planting areas on the slopes. No more than 10' x 6' but multiply that times thirty. Plenty of rocks to terrace with here. I'd like to showcase something different but I also love old fashioned stuff like altheas.


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RE: Long time....

Would you be interested in noid hostas or dixie gardenias? They are tiny but growing, because they are wintersown babies from this last winter.


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RE: Long time....

Stan, is it really you? Are you passing through our galaxy again? LOL! :-) I'd given up on you but I'm glad to hear you are well. Congratulation about the children. I hope you can steal a few hours from the wife and children and join us for the Fall swap. Wlecome back the forum. - Terry


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