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Old 08-01-2008, 07:07 AM
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very pretty scott, i love rocks 2 have some around & getting more. Hubby & I go out once a week in the woods or side the road & collect big rocks, he gripes a little but, helps me anyway.Keep it rockin.
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Old 08-03-2008, 12:01 PM
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THis is what you made me do this weekend!


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Old 08-03-2008, 12:03 PM
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I built my rock garden around an old well no longer in use, I am going to mosaic (an Idea I got from this forum) the whole well, the tall terra cotta thingy is what bricks used to come in a long time ago, I put some jasmine in there, the rocks were heavy and I am tired but I loved doing it. I put some rosemary in there, my crinum lily (I got the bulb in the mail 3 months ago and never thought it would bloom this year) a smaller crepe myrtle, japanese maple that I got for 14 dollars (was half dead) and 4 knock out roses that were mistagged for 4.99 instead of 24.99!
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Debbie thats a very good job u did on it , u da girl, rock on
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Love the rocks Scott and Deb.
Makes me want one too now.I have about 50 iris coming in a couple of weeks from coops.... and I was wondering where and what to do with them.
*Going to go look for a spot when it cools down*
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Great job NurseDebbie!
Rocks are simple creatures, they don't mind being thrown, beat on, stacked up, or scattered around. They can have anything put around them and always look good.

Like your pavers! The wandering walkway through the bed will be a long time enjoyment. Thanks for posting those pictures.





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Thank you Scott for all your ideas!
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