I want a big garden!

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    I want a big garden in front of my house, then I can tell the four seasons directly from there...
     
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    what part of the country do you call home and do you have a green thumb?
     
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    My home, well, it's near the sea. It's a shame that I am a green hand instead a green thumb:D
     
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    Is that the sort of garden you are aiming for? I wish I had that much space :)
     
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    sad thing is we have jsut about that much space, but in this neighborhood... lets just say weeds are scared to grow here
     
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    yea be a-plantin thea wrong weeeed.....couple of nice ones in the side yard, and the hi-power...soon the neighborhood will be all better...you are a southern Republican..yes???? bang, bang bang,
    bang, bang bang,.....:D
     
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    Sounds like my neighborhood:D A few years ago this psycho lady was lifting everyones potted plants, lawn ornaments, chairs (my outdoor candle holders) and whatever she could get her hands on. She was finally caught, then the police were knocking on doors asking people to come and see if they had anything in the trunk of their cruiser.

    My elderly neighbors actually have a black lawn jockey. Someone smashed it's head off years ago, but they re-attached it somehow, and there is still stands today. It's the sorriest thing you've ever seen.
     
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    lol, we used to plant that stuff in the yard when i was in "high" school...lol
    we told my mom it was purvian tomatos...lol
     
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    LOL
     
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    :eek: :rotflmao: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

    purvian tomatos:laugh:
     

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