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Want to slow things down?


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Many of us have precious dogs and we need to note those that are very poisonous to them. A website that includes plants that are not good for animals would be nice.

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You are so right about pacing yourself. You are able to stop and observe your changes along the way, which I find very helpful. Plus it’s fulfilling to complete each project and move on to the next. I recently cleaned out pots, replaced soil and replanted my begonias and they look great! Thanks for all your help.

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I agree about taking time, however small, to be in the garden. There's a saying that goes something like, "The best fertilizer for a garden are the gardener's footprints." It's a two-way street, I feel better for being outside. Even with the sweat dripping off my eyebrows!

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