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Monday, April 28, 2008

Upcoming Belatedness

The May 1 Newsletter is likely to be late. It's a busy week throwing a BBQ for possibly 40-140 people, cleaning to get ready for it, volunteering at the school two days this week, babysitting friend's children, and three birthdays and a few mother's days to plan in the next 2 weeks, on top of the normal stuff. While I did start the newsletter last week, it is likely to be shoved under the rug until mid next week. Rest assured it will come... but if it comes on May 1st consider yourselves privy to a miracle!

4 Garden Reflections:

~Cari said...

I love to read this blog! I know NOTHING about plants and gardening. We are getting ready to plant some trees- my husband wants to do some citrus, any suggestions on what type? Is it still a good time to plant them? Thanks for any help!

WishTrish said...

Cari~

Any type! However some are less frost tolerant than others such as lemon and lime. Lemon does better than any lime which would need extra love and attention. Other than that you are pretty open to any citrus: Clementines, tangerines, quince, navel oranges, mandarine oranges, grapefruit. Sky is the limit! It's not too late to plant them if you are ready to get it done soon. They shock if planted in really hot weather. Get out there this weekend for citrus if you can. Remember citrus are extremely slow growing, so don't rely on them as shade producers for about 10 years...

Trish

Jason Janice and Karissa Merrell said...

Hey Trish. What a neat blog. I can't wait to read all of your helpful info!!

Thanks!

Jason Janice and Karissa Merrell said...

Hey Trish. What a neat blog. I can't wait to read all of your helpful info!!

Thanks!