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    Re: Growing Things in the Green

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    I inherited my parents home...and 23 different species of trees including a massive Peachcot, an Apple tree, various Plum trees, a Peach tree, a Pear tree, three White Birches, three thirty-foot Long-Needled Firs, a monstrous Blue Spruce, a huge Sycamore, the biggest Russian Olive I've ever seen, 6 flower gardens, a 40 foot Chrysanthemum hedge, an Orchid garden, three evergreen hedges, and three separate lawns. Then I took over care of my school's twenty various decorative indoor plants.

    So yeah....now I have a green thumb too.

    The worst part? I live in a desert.

    You can see a shot of my Mum hedge in the early part of this video (and hear my voice announcing the beginning)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1Nt...hDtRzT&index=2
    That's you saying "We're not in Kansas any more"? Wow - your voice not broke yet?

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    Re: Growing Things in the Green

    Quote Originally Posted by Saint_ View Post
    I inherited my parents home...and 23 different species of trees including a massive Peachcot, an Apple tree, various Plum trees, a Peach tree, a Pear tree, three White Birches, three thirty-foot Long-Needled Firs, a monstrous Blue Spruce, a huge Sycamore, the biggest Russian Olive I've ever seen, 6 flower gardens, a 40 foot Chrysanthemum hedge, an Orchid garden, three evergreen hedges, and three separate lawns. Then I took over care of my school's twenty various decorative indoor plants.

    So yeah....now I have a green thumb too.

    The worst part? I live in a desert.

    You can see a shot of my Mum hedge in the early part of this video (and hear my voice announcing the beginning)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1Nt...hDtRzT&index=2
    I'm going to copy and paste this over in the "What Can Make Me Green With Envy" thread!

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    Re: Growing Things in the Green

    Quote Originally Posted by FourPart View Post
    That's you saying "We're not in Kansas any more"? Wow - your voice not broke yet?
    Yeah. I do John Wayne and James Cagney as well.

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