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by Bill on September 28, 2003 01:09 PM
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by Carol5270 on September 29, 2003 03:35 AM
Now aren't those just beautiful? I don't know why we have decided that dandelions are something that we should hate. If everyone would look outside and say "Dandelions are beautiful" it would save us all a lot of work and worry.
They grow in many environments, don't have to be weeded, produce their own progeny, and are bright YELLOW. What more could a gradener want?
I say, let's make the lowly dandelion an acceptable and desirable plant! [flower] Then we can turn our attention to more meaningful work. [grin] [devil]

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Gardeners know the best dirt.
by weezie13 on September 29, 2003 03:55 AM
And people don't realize that that type of
plant (weed) keep the dirt/soil plyable!!
It goes deep into there, and breaks up the soil.
Instead of it turning in to compact, rock hard dirt.
And keeps it aerated....
Believe it or not!!
And it originally came from Europe,
they brought it over as a salad greens,
and the stuff got away!!
Go figure!!
[gabby] Weezie [gabby]

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Weezie

Don't forget to be kind to strangers. For some who have
done this have entertained angels without realizing it.
- Bible - Hebrews 13:2

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by loz on September 29, 2003 05:37 AM
Who decided that they were weeds in the first place and not just a pretty flower???? It sure would be nice to boycott pulling them up....my husband hates them though, I'll see him outside walking around yanking them out of the ground.... I guess they mess up his nice pretty lawn....lol [Smile]

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