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    November 14, 2010

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    meemsnyc

    There was so much in this post that I have so many comments. First, the cleaned yard looks amazing! We've been raking leaves for a week and still doesn't look clean! I love the compost wire bins you created, what a great idea. Wow, that rosemary looks awesome. That's going to be great inside. I love that wreath! It's gorgeous!!

    Heather's Garden

    Meemsnyc -- I was kind of all over the place on this one. Lee loves sucking up every last leaf with the blower, it also chips them so I don't complain. I recommend the wire bins, such an easy project. We may even do more. I just hope I don't kill the rosemary, I don't have a great track record with houseplants. And the wreath is from Christmas Tree Shops. $19.99 with 20% off -- I just couldn't resist!

    Layanee

    I made the same wire cage for the kitchen scraps however the pup likes to jump into it so reinforcement will be necessary. I am excited about vacation in December. I am cooking for Turkey Day and, well, I would rather just be a guest at this stage of life.

    Mummer

    What an interesting Fall you're experiencing. Southwest Florida is really warm, but now very dry - I'm watering a newly planted avocado (mine, from seed) and a copperleaf shrub (commercially grown). Both are suffering.
    Is that your Japanese Maple seedling in one of the snow-filled pots? You are taking it in for the Winter, too?
    Right now I have very little to be excited about. Sadly, no New England guests for the Holidays. Bummmer!

    Heather's Garden

    Layanee -- It's just the two of us for Thanksgiving Day proper, so we're being truly decadent and going to a nice restaurant for a 2pm brunch.

    Mom -- Yes, that was the Japanese maple in one of the snow covered pots. I want it to go dormant before I put it in the basement for the winter, but it hasn't dropped its leaves yet. And no guilt trip thanks. We'll be down in January.

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