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Old 11-04-2006, 03:41 PM   #12
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Oh, great pic, bio. How did you end up with a breed of dog you are not thrilled with?

Missa, you might try picking up a copy of Sunset's Western Garden book. It is, IMO, the best, because you get lots of info from it, plus it shows the western U.S. broken down into zones and what grows best, and does not grow well, or at all, in each zone. Mine is packed away, dang it, or I'd quote from it for you, but it is kind of like the gardener's bible, if you're interested in going in that direction.
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