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mom Charlotte M
I have been gardening for 25 years and always wanted to share some of my ideas in the hope that it would inspire others. Recently I found " Yard Ideas" and being new to the Internet I have been somwhat excited about this sight! I want to share my piece of earth and hope that it will excite you to also do the same. I would love to help in anyway I can, although I must admit I am more familiar with Zones 8 and 9 and some of zone 10.One piece of advice I can give right of the bat - don't try to take it on All at once- and if you need help from experts, ask for it! So get out, dig a hole plant a tree,- plant some flowers as well !! Then Post it on this sight so we can all see what a great Job you did for yourself and for the enviroment !! Now that I have a bit more familiarity with this "Internet" you will have more ideas that I would love to share coming up soon.
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