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Lori

We recently redid our landscaping including adding more sprinkler heads. I did not realize how easy it is to add small hose extensions to an existing sprinkler system. Now we have small hose extensions that weave up into my container herbal garden so that the herbs get watered every time the grass does. Makes going out of town during Houston’s blistering summers much easier.

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Lamporia

Nicely written. Thanks

   
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mjkjrobinson

I do this too! I found some discarded vegg. growing in the wheelbarrel and are they ever doing well! And a huge potatoe plant in the compost.


   

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