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    September 05, 2007

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    MrBrownThumb

    That purple basil look beautiful.

    I bought seeds for it but none germinated for me. Next year I'll just buy the plant :9)

    Mummer

    What are your next two goals? I told you mine - come on, you can tell me...
    I have three one gallon astilbe for your shade garden - I hauled them from NC (750 miles) and will haul them back up when I return in another month (making their travel time almost 1300 miles).
    Will the ground still be soft enough to dig into? I've forgotten a lot about New England
    weather but I'm going to try to time my trip so that I can do a 'leaf peeping' CT
    river cruise. Can't wait to see your Branford fern!
    P.S. About your beans - make a very small side dish.

    layanee

    I love the shade garden! Who knows why slugs prefer one hosta to another. Oh, the mysteries of gardening. I have heard of the baking soda solution for powdery mildew so I hope it works for you. Good air circulation and less humidity will help with the problem and both are on the way!

    As far as neem oil, I know Van Vilgen's would carry either Organica or Bon Neem. The product is good for houseplants also as it will take care of white fly and aphids.

    Loved that post Heather and you have really nice tomatoes and beans and basil. I would just snack on the beans! Yum!

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