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Old 18-07-2003, 03:42 PM
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So, I set out a container of water right next to the pond and I'm going to
keep my eye on it to see if any nasty mosquitos try to use it as a breeding
ground.

Will be checking it daily.

Also, www.chewedtoast.com, has pix of my small pond.

Happy Friday!
LeeAnne

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Old 18-07-2003, 06:53 PM
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LeeAnne wrote:

Also, www.chewedtoast.com, has pix of my small pond.


Nice pics LeeAnne. BTW, are your yellow sunflower like things
echinacea?

Susan
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Old 18-07-2003, 08:23 PM
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Nope not an Echinacea, I want to say they are a maximillian sunflower - or
something like that. I honestly have no idea where they came from.

I do have a rudebecka goldstrum as well as the standard purple coneflower,
but only one purple one is in bloom and the goldstrum is getting ready to.

LeeAnne
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LeeAnne wrote:

Also, www.chewedtoast.com, has pix of my small pond.


Nice pics LeeAnne. BTW, are your yellow sunflower like things
echinacea?

Susan
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Old 18-07-2003, 08:29 PM
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Nope not an Echinacea, I want to say they are a maximillian sunflower - or
something like that. I honestly have no idea where they came from.

I do have a rudebecka goldstrum as well as the standard purple coneflower,
but only one purple one is in bloom and the goldstrum is getting ready to.

LeeAnne
-thank you for the compliment-

"Susan H. Simko" wrote in message
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LeeAnne wrote:

Also, www.chewedtoast.com, has pix of my small pond.


Nice pics LeeAnne. BTW, are your yellow sunflower like things
echinacea?

Susan
shsimko at duke dot edu



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Old 18-07-2003, 08:41 PM
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LeeAnne wrote:
So, I set out a container of water right next to the pond and I'm going to
keep my eye on it to see if any nasty mosquitos try to use it as a breeding
ground.

Also, www.chewedtoast.com, has pix of my small pond.


Nice bird pix!! Loved that blue bunting -- great color.
Have you checked with your local extension office about your "mystery
vine." It looks suspiciously like the dreaded kudzu. Are you in the
southeast?
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Old 18-07-2003, 09:02 PM
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No, I'm 20 miles north of Boston . . . I really must add that somewhere :-)


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LeeAnne wrote:
So, I set out a container of water right next to the pond and I'm going

to
keep my eye on it to see if any nasty mosquitos try to use it as a

breeding
ground.

Also, www.chewedtoast.com, has pix of my small pond.


Nice bird pix!! Loved that blue bunting -- great color.
Have you checked with your local extension office about your "mystery
vine." It looks suspiciously like the dreaded kudzu. Are you in the
southeast?
--
Kathy B



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Old 18-07-2003, 09:05 PM
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No, I'm 20 miles north of Boston . . . I really must add that somewhere :-)


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LeeAnne wrote:
So, I set out a container of water right next to the pond and I'm going

to
keep my eye on it to see if any nasty mosquitos try to use it as a

breeding
ground.

Also, www.chewedtoast.com, has pix of my small pond.


Nice bird pix!! Loved that blue bunting -- great color.
Have you checked with your local extension office about your "mystery
vine." It looks suspiciously like the dreaded kudzu. Are you in the
southeast?
--
Kathy B



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Old 18-07-2003, 09:09 PM
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No, I'm 20 miles north of Boston . . . I really must add that somewhere :-)


"zookeeper" wrote in message
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LeeAnne wrote:
So, I set out a container of water right next to the pond and I'm going

to
keep my eye on it to see if any nasty mosquitos try to use it as a

breeding
ground.

Also, www.chewedtoast.com, has pix of my small pond.


Nice bird pix!! Loved that blue bunting -- great color.
Have you checked with your local extension office about your "mystery
vine." It looks suspiciously like the dreaded kudzu. Are you in the
southeast?
--
Kathy B



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Old 18-07-2003, 10:56 PM
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LeeAnne, Great photos!

"LeeAnne" wrote in message
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So, I set out a container of water right next to the pond and I'm

going to
keep my eye on it to see if any nasty mosquitos try to use it as a

breeding
ground.

Will be checking it daily.

Also, www.chewedtoast.com, has pix of my small pond.

Happy Friday!
LeeAnne

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awake at night wondering if there is a dog?
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