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my idea of a waterwheel

Posted by sweetwm007 6 b (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 12, 09 at 11:01

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a summer project.

william


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RE: my idea of a waterwheel

It looks great!

Dichondra 'Silver Falls' might look like water running down. Just an idea for next year. You can start it from seeds.

glenda


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thanks for the suggestion glenda.

since you are into plants so heavy, have you ever had fiber optic grass or black mondo grass?

william


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William - you are one talented guy! What a wonderful hobby you have. I think that might be my favorite so far and I like Glenda's idea of using 'Silver Falls' although I haven't grown it myself.
I have a black monda grass called 'Ebony' and it hasn't spread very well for me but I think there's another variety. Maybe that one would thrive better. I've had mine for about five years and every time I look at it I think it's smaller than when I planted it.


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thanks christie but i have to do things 2 or 3 times before they get close to correct.

mondo grass is said to be very slow spreading. i am going to check out the other variety.

william


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Very nice William. I am glad to see you posting. My black mondo is under a walnut tree in deep shade and doesn't grow very fast at all. Blue fescue is nice in the sun but a silvery trailing plant would also be nice. That big structure needs a nice vine that won't cover the whole thing.


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Nice William.
I'm sure it will be wonderful no matter what you plant in it.
Something w/white in it will attract the moon light an then you would still be able to see it after dark.
Bonnie


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