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Old 02-13-2008, 02:22 AM
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hedge plant for this area? Something that grows rather quickly and pretty large.
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hedge plant for this area? Something that grows rather quickly and pretty large.
I like spirea - there are several different types and sizes.
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I like spirea - there are several different types and sizes.
is that what you guys dug up from the cemetary? those things are huge and heavy!
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Hmmm those are more like bushes I want hedges like Privet, but am not sure how well it would grow here.
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is that what you guys dug up from the cemetary? those things are huge and heavy!
Yeah, but the ones we brought from the cemetEry (note sp.) were mature and then some. You're right, though - they WERE heavy!!
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Yeah, but the ones we brought from the cemetEry (note sp.) were mature and then some. You're right, though - they WERE heavy!!
ah... thanks for that correction. that's one like "separate"... I always want to spell it "seperate"
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ah... thanks for that correction. that's one like "separate"... I always want to spell it "seperate"
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ah... thanks for that correction. that's one like "separate"... I always want to spell it "seperate"
I do the same thing with that word.
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I do the same thing with that word.
You'd do the same thing with "stop" and "go"!
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I do the same thing with that word.
I guess it makes sense if you stop to think that it's supposed to sound like sep-a-rate. But I pronounce it like sep-er-rate... and it messes me up every single time. gah!
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