Speaking of rain, don't jinx it, man! It's been an effin' drought here.
They're talking about maybe a multi-day soaker. Figures, heh. I'm trying to
kill my lawn off, in order to install irrigation and resod the entire
thing. Rain's gonna screw that all up. I'll take it though, for all the
garden beds. =)
I hear ya man, we need it here too. It almost never falls at the perfect
time, and it is always much appreciated over here, up until the flood
You may need to hit it again soon if it still has foliage on it, or maybe
I'm slowly killing the euonymous on the side of my barn in preparation for
paint this fall. Vine from hell is down and -almost- history now. I kinda
let it take over though so it's my fault.
I haven't hit it with anything, yet. I've just been scalping it and not
watering it, heh. I was going to spray it this weekend, until I saw the
rain coming. Guess I'll hit it sometime this week. Should be ready to level
my yard  and sod in October.
Did you plant the euonymous there? =P
. I've two big depressions, where idiots that owned my property
previously thought it would be a nice idea to plant an Ash about 6 feet off
the corner of the deck (which is already fully covered), and a maple about
15 feet from the back of the deck. I'll never understand why people don't
research trees, their MATURE size, and their growth habit, BEFORE they
decide on a species. Taking down fully mature, healthy trees because the
planter wasn't very bright, just drives me nuts.
A piece of motorway and piece of dual carriage way are enjoying a drink in
Yeah I got flats of it for free about ten years ago and it flourised along
side my barn, the roots are huge like that of a tree now. A real pain to
get rid of it.
I know what you mean, I had the same thing with a big silver maple here
when I bought this place. The tree was planted in 1979 as a foundation
planting!!! sheesh it was a real mess getting rid of it and repairing the
damage it caused.
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