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Yard from Hell looking better

Posted by Wantoretire_Did z4 NY (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 9, 05 at 14:57

First try from a digital camera. Several of these came from last years Scotia swap. The clematis came with the house (about the only thing that did!!).

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These are volunteers from the bird feeder-

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My gardening buddy who keeps the squirrels at bay -

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excuse the debris - in between rain storms.


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RE: Yard from Hell looking better

  • Posted by Kareen z5 NY Renss.Co. (My Page) on
    Mon, Jul 11, 05 at 9:15

It is looking good Carol,
I really like the choice of color around the clematis.

Here is a link that might be useful: Our pond and gardens


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Oh, it looks just lovely! Your clematis is so healthy looking, good luck with everything.


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Love the dog. What breed is it? And what's its name?


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Jannie - I just sent you an email re repair work. Cody is a cockapoo, 7 years old and just a love. We got him from a humane society where he had been relinquished by an elderly couple who "couldn't handle his energy". In reality, they traveled extensively and had to leave him often. Our good luck. He had been well trained and it was love at first site. If you do a google search for cockapoos, you will fall in love ;-). Apparently there are 3 sizes, Cody being the largest at around 42 lbs.

Carol


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