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What Garden Gift Do You Want For Christmas?

Posted by oakleif z6 AR (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 14, 07 at 12:02

Without a doubt a personal gift certificate for volenteer work in my flowerbeds.


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RE: What Garden Gift Do You Want For Christmas?

A few bags of beautifully rotted leaf mould and some well-rotted pine needles/oak leaves to put over the Trilliums.

And several sacks of seaweed for making liquid manure.


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RE: What Garden Gift Do You Want For Christmas?

I could use a few more flowering plants, ones that has fragrant flowers of course. ;-]



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RE: What Garden Gift Do You Want For Christmas?

Potting soil...it seems like I never have enough.


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RE: What Garden Gift Do You Want For Christmas?

Gazebo for my back yard.
And for all the rabbits to go away in the woods and stay there. I can dream, can't I? :)


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RE: What Garden Gift Do You Want For Christmas?

A big gift certificate to my any of the following iris garden catalogs. Ghio, Keppel, Mid-America, Shcreiner, Cooleys, Napa. I would also love a troy built rototiller, a new garden shed, maple leaf mold, horse and cow manure, ok, i guess thats enough:)


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RE: What Garden Gift Do You Want For Christmas?

A Good digital camera, so i can take pictures of all my babies in the garden!
Good potting soil
perlite.
arch for the backyard.
heater for my greenhouse.
humidifier for greenhouse.
stuff to seal GH with.
New pots,big and small.
plants.
hydroponic stuff.
sm GH for basement.
gas powered weed eater.
mulch.
hayracks for window boxes.
bricks to make a path.
money for springtime plants.
I guess thats all. Ohgirl


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RE: What Garden Gift Do You Want For Christmas?

Gazebo for the back yard, and patio built up front. Money is always good. Gift certificates to local and online nurseries.
Extra helping hands are always welcome.
Seeds - lots and lots of seeds: nasturtium, zinnia, cosmos - easy to grow and reseeding. And plants that are really resilliant to rabbits, voles and chipmunks.
And rain - enough to refill our local lakes, so the drought ban would be a thing of the past!
Amen.


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