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ruthieq

I have already planted a tree, crimson maple seems to be doing well, this will be its first winter here. I plan to trans plant a bunch of iris' and try to get 2 lilac bushes chopped in half and transplanted, Hopifuly before they replace my hip in April.

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woogies3

Excited to plant my veggie garden this spring! Chopped up leaves and layered them inside each of my garden boxes. In the spring I will add garden soil for a "lasagna" effect. Worked outside today for three hours - January 6th in NE Ohio -- this was a first! And, we are going to be in the fifties this week, then snow towards the weekend. Crazy! We are also going to plant about five more evergreens (not sure which kind yet) in our back yard this spring. The goldfinches love the hemlocks. Thank you for the inspiring article, Lauren!

   
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mitsybaby2

The seed sharing violations in certain states is a cautionary tale of the dangers of letting gov't dictate your world, which people are continually giving way to in the concepts of socialism that is becoming prevalent in the U.S. Gov't gives you nothing without wanting something in return.......controlling your essentials gives them total control.

   

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