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Mrs. Barbarian's Gerbers
« on: Sun Nov 29, 2020 - 15:21:09 »

I put step stones in the front garden for her this year.   

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Re: Mrs. Barbarian's Gerbers
« Reply #1 on: Mon Nov 30, 2020 - 06:28:34 »
How lovely to see as I look out at the rain and gloom and await the snow coming overnight.

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Re: Mrs. Barbarian's Gerbers
« Reply #2 on: Mon Nov 30, 2020 - 14:28:57 »

I put step stones in the front garden for her this year.
Mr. B it looks nice~I have come to the conclusion that your vocation is a horticulturist for Mrs. B.  ::smile::

I must ask you this question~since you live in Texas ( is that correct? ) do you have an automatic irrigation system? That's what we do for a living along with many other things we offer to customers.

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Re: Mrs. Barbarian's Gerbers
« Reply #3 on: Tue Dec 01, 2020 - 20:28:00 »
Mr. B it looks nice~I have come to the conclusion that your vocation is a horticulturist for Mrs. B.  ::smile::

We have a division of labor.   She says "You know what would be nice?"
And I do the labor.   But she selects the plants and does the planting and cares for them.   I basically build stuff and carry material.

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I must ask you this question~since you live in Texas ( is that correct? ) do you have an automatic irrigation system? That's what we do for a living along with many other things we offer to customers.

Thought about it.   She has me lay out soaker hose when needed (it's needed a lot in North Texas summers).     There are three gardens in front; two close to the house on each side of the entry walk, and a triangular garden at the low end of the property by the sidewalk.     What should I be thinking about and considering when I look into a system like that?
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