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    landscaping is my other hobby, record for me, 25 yards of mulch

    My landscape guys clean up the beds and install mulch for me now, too old, but I planted everything you see except the very large mature trees. Shade garden, cutting garden, front. Thanks Brian



    shade 1 2024.jpgShade garden 2024.jpgcutting garden 2024.jpgFront 1 2024.jpgFront 2024.jpg
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    Looks great Brian. We get 10 yards of mulch about every 9-10 months. Really keeps the beds looking good.
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    It sure is green! Very pretty!
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    Beautiful yards!
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    Looks great

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    Wow. That is beautiful.
    All those different shades of green .... looks like Ireland.
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    Very nicely done. Looks great!

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    Based on info from sawmill creek my niece got some free chips delivered from Chipdrop.com
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    Looks Great... Yard work can be a full time job.
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    WOW. I aspire to that, but not yet there. However, getting closer every year.

    Really nice.

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    Really love the hostas. So- you don't have weeds where you live?

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    Thanks to everyone for humoring my need for external approval. Brian
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Jenkins View Post
    Looks great Brian. We get 10 yards of mulch about every 9-10 months. Really keeps the beds looking good.
    I guess in Texas you would have to do it year round. Thanks. Brian
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Dufour View Post
    Based on info from sawmill creek my niece got some free chips delivered from Chipdrop.com
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    Too old at this point to install them, but great idea. Brian
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    Quote Originally Posted by Von Bickley View Post
    Looks Great... Yard work can be a full time job.
    It does take time, but I love being outside, so it's exercise and gives me something productive to do vs going for a walk, which I also do from time to time. Brian
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