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#84458 Jul 7th, 2007 at 09:44 PM
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badday I knocked over a beautiful pot that I have that I planted with Black-eyes Susan, creeping phlox, baby's breath, yellow marigolds and petunias. I think it's not going to make it. I am a little depressed.

I'll post pictures of the damage tomorrow. :tears :

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oh no! Can you put it all back in and hope for the best?


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Wrennie #84571 Jul 8th, 2007 at 07:12 AM
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Sorry.
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I did put all of it back in, and I did take pictures. Most of the plants were broken. My boyfriend helped me pull them up and get all of the dirt in the pot. I thought it was hopeless. But...it looks like all is not lost!

They don't look as good as I hoped they would, but I guess they'll look good next year...(the prennials, at least...)

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What it looked like the day it "dumped."

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What it looks like today.



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