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2007 Tasks
Notes on gardening projects for the year.

Next Year's Tasks (2008)

      AB   South Crabapple Suckers
      NK   Turn Compost
      NK   Front Trees Lawn
Fresh Boarder & Red Mulch

Fairy Garden
Grape Vines
Vegetable Garden

South Flower Bed

London Plane Tree
Remove Shed

Stepping Stones in West Lawn

Castor Beans

Shopping List
Big Rock
Railroad Ties

Plant List
Ajuga, Bugle Weed   -- from Kathy
Fragiloria, lipstick (ornamental strawberry)-- from Kathy
Variegated Columbine   -- from Kathy

Arrowwood Viburnum Blue Miffin  (Wayside)
BLUE MUFFIN is a compact, rounded, deciduous, arrowwood viburnum shrub that typically matures to 3-5’ tall and as wide. White flowers in flat-topped cymes appear in mid to late spring. Flowers give way to pea-sized blue berries that mature in late summer. Berries are attractive to birds. Ovate dark green leaves (to 3.5” long) turn attractive shades of orange to burgundy-purple in fall. Original cultivar name of this plant is ‘Christom’, but it is being marketed under the name of BLUE MUFFIN.

Archangel, Lamiastrum galeobdolon
Silver, low vine  [read]

Completed Tasks


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