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    Um...well....um.... Lets pray I don't see any snakes in the yard, or they can have the yard and I'll stay inside. Good gracious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesteelapd View Post
    Um...well....um.... Lets pray I don't see any snakes in the yard, or they can have the yard and I'll stay inside. Good gracious.
    LOL! They don't hurt the plants or grass. Your annuals are safe with them!

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    Its me that's afraid of them, ME I tell ya. I'd go squealing like a little girl if I saw one.

    edited to add: yes, I am a girl, but it's a funny squeal
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesteelapd View Post
    Its me that's afraid of them, ME I tell ya. I'd go squealing like a little girl if I saw one.

    edited to add: yes, I am a girl, but it's a funny squeal

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    Quote Originally Posted by anatess View Post
    LOL! They don't hurt the plants or grass. Your annuals are safe with them!
    OH I love snakes! Those are the kind of "slugs" I could deal with!

    I just put in my full sun annual bed yesterday. Depending on how it goes, it will be either 1) a gorgeous photo to show you all in July or 2) $100 bucks worth of delicious slug salads. LOL

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    OH I love snakes! Those are the kind of "slugs" I could deal with!

    I just put in my full sun annual bed yesterday. Depending on how it goes, it will be either 1) a gorgeous photo to show you all in July or 2) $100 bucks worth of delicious slug salads. LOL

    I thought you didn't get sun in Washington.

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    They do say it rains more in Washington than it does in New Orleans.
    And what in the world is a "sun annual bed"? @anatess that picture cracked me up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by anatess View Post
    I thought you didn't get sun in Washington.
    Occasionally we sure do. This week is blockbuster, sun-wise. I think there will be a EB Pool Party at my house this weekend! Bea pants in 70 degree weather but she stays active and cool in the baby pool!

    [QUOTE=bluesteelapd;336278]They do say it rains more in Washington than it does in New Orleans.
    And what in the world is a "sun annual bed"? Answer:

    Annual (plants that must be planted each year - NOT perrenials) + sun (plants requiring at least 6 hours a day of sun) + bed (place where these plants are planted each year) = Sun annual bed.

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    Which brings me to yet another question. Seriously: Why do people plant "annual" flowers? Why in the world do you plant something that's gonna die and needs to be replanted the next year? I just don't get it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twice View Post
    coffee grinds are also an excellent fertilizer for your lawn and garden. Once a month I go outside with a cheapo can of coffee and sprinkle it all over the place. Grass is so green I could use to to make dye for money
    I didn't know that either! You know what else works? A big ol bag of quality composted chicken manure! <=== my favorite!! Spread that around your flower beds and top dress your lawn with it? YUMMY RESULTS!

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    albeit great advise, I think I'll stick with the coffee grounds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesteelapd View Post
    Which brings me to yet another question. Seriously: Why do people plant "annual" flowers? Why in the world do you plant something that's gonna die and needs to be replanted the next year? I just don't get it.
    CLEARLY you aren't a gardener......! My answer to that would be why WOULDN'T you???!!!! I live for this crap. Seriously.

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