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#48264 May 20th, 2007 at 06:27 AM
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IF you could have one thing in your garden right now But because of finances, unavailability, space,etc you can't seem to make it a reality right now ~~what would you wish for???

I wish for a solar power water pump,, ~ a small one to use in a lamp base. Some day I will make it a reality~~~


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Originally Posted by Triss
I'd have a pond that worked all on solar power.

Like you Diane, one day I will make it happen too!
i'd have a larger pond, one that worked on solar. i've been so happy with my little pond, and i still am, but i so want a bigger one now...

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I'd like to have a gardener!! lol

If I had one, I could have a garden! flwr


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notme lol lol lol Glenda!!!!!


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absolutley!! thumbup


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A full sized oak tree. You can't get oak trees around here, I've always wanted one.


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They'll grow, just no one carries them. I've tried many gardening stores. Strange.


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i'll look here too. but you know, there are lots of kinds of oaks... i can only think of two right now, but there are more.

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I've been wanting to get more into container gardening, especially for my shade area, so my wish would be for lots of pretty pots and complimentary shade plants to put in them.


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I'd like a larger veggie garden space, with much better, less clay, less rocky, more fertile soil.. lol lol


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I'd be happy just to have a small piece of soil to call my own!!!

A far as a plant to wish for: I would want a Bat face plant, already growing!!!!


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Raised beds ! One for flowers, one for tomatoes, one for herbs, one for strawberries, one for mints, one for various veggies.

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a gardener to do all the work like digging beds and mowing the lawn so i can just choose plants and plant!


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Because of space,I would really like an arbor with a built in bench covered with brightly colored clematis.

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What I wish for is REAL landscaping all around my house AND a gardener to take care of the lawn after it is in---one that will NOT put plies & piles of grass into the rock.

Andit is 2 things but could I have a "full-sized tree"--not one of these 6 ft things like I have now???---These ones I have now will never do me any good.


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i wish there was no such thing as a mosquito.
working in the yard and garden all day yesterday, and they ate me alive - right thru the "cutters" it was an itchy night.
i am one big bumpy this mornin.
but the hedges are lookin' good and theres not a weed one in with the flowers. and believe it or not, everything bought is PLANTED!!!!!

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Originally Posted by patunia
i wish there was no such thing as a mosquito.


I second that!!


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a four season garden that was mine and I never had to leave behind. But since that isn't going to happen.

I think I would like to try paperwhites. I've heard that some people don't like the smell but I still have to try them and see.


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