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March 09, 2009

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Paula H

I wish that I would have thought of the "big trade". Maybe there is still time! BTW I have just found you and have enjoyed your garden commentary. Looking forward to watching your new front garden as I plant my new front garden-which is a lot bigger than I remember!

The Ms. S.

How exciting! Now you have time to dream about what you want to plant there. :)

Janice

Thanks Paula! I have some more thoughts on the rest of my front garden too so I will post on that soon.
And yes, Ms. S., I suppose I have more time to dream about what I want to put in the spot that my spruce will eventually vacate. But I already know, of course! I've been thinking about it for years which is why it's so hard to wait just one more year... Oh well, I have other projects in mind that will keep me busy this year. More soon,
Janice

Daniel Swan

CGC,

If you're going to remove the stump yourself (Much better than grinding it), I recommend getting a "Contruction bar". It's 5' heavy iron bar with a sharp end, and makes quick work of digging any hole. They're about $20 at Totem.

Enriched by your blog as always,
DS.

Janice

Thanks for the tip, Daniel! Now my husband will have even less excuse...
Janice

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