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  • Help, ya all green thumbers

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    4 posts, 4 voices, 1225 views, started Jun 13, 2009

    Posted on Saturday, June 13, 2009 by (華娃娃) ChinaDoll

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      I have weeds and wild flowers growing in my garden bed as well as other plants I want to keep.  How and where should I start?

      This is when I want not just an eye candy man ... I want the muscle too.

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          Tuliplady wrote Jun 13, 2009
        • If some are keepers and some have to go, about the only thing you can do is get out there and (carefully) yank out the things you don’t want growing there.



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          Dana Mite wrote Jul 31, 2009
        • Weeding is part of gardening. Almost every time I water my garden, I weed a little, which makes it seem like they go hand and hand. Weeds come out easier with moist soil too.  

          Soreness and aching is typical with physical labor, but your body gets used to it and you build up them squatting muscles. I even try to work in some yoga poses into my daily watering routine! I have lost 20 lbs building a new retaining wall & a wildflower garden in my backyard.  

          Keeping the deer from munching on it is my hardest task.



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