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Old December 16th 06, 10:55 AM posted to alt.garden.pond.chat
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Your lawn is a source of pride or pain, the crown jewel of your block
or the dirty black mark nobody wants to talk about. You want your lawn
to look as beautiful as the ones you see on television, in magazines,
and even down the street, but you don't have hundreds of dollars at
your disposal.
If you have the right knowledge and tools at your disposal, you can
turn your grass into that ideal vision you've always dreamed about! You
just need to know a few key points about fertilization, soil selection,
growth, aeration, and some others, and then you can go on to build that
lawn of your dreams.
It's not as overwhelming as it seems even from the paragraph above. The
information is the key point, and what you do with the information is
what will save and upgrade your grass.
Get information about building a lawn from the ground up AND how to
keep it as gorgeous as it looked when it was first installed. Plus,
detailed and illustrated section about the dangers of erosion and how
to prevent this common problem!
But.....
If you think that building your dream lawn will take years...
If you think that you'll be bored out of your mind reading a book about
grass growing...
If you think that your money is better spent just trying to make your
yard look passable...
You're Positively Wrong.....
You've seen that huge section of lawn and garden books at the bookstore
and library.
They look like encyclopedias and read like them, too! They contain
information about so many different types of plants and grass that it's
nearly impossible to figure out exactly what you need to do in your
particular situation. You need something that goes step-by-step in
creating yard utopia.
http://lawncarerngn.blogspot.com/#

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Old December 23rd 06, 02:36 PM posted to alt.garden.pond.chat
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On Dec 16, 11:55 am, "william london" wrote:
Your lawn is a source of pride or pain, the crown jewel of your block
or the dirty black mark nobody wants to talk about. You want your lawn
to look as beautiful as the ones you see on television, in magazines,
and even down the street, but you don't have hundreds of dollars at
your disposal.
If you have the right knowledge and tools at your disposal, you can
turn your grass into that ideal vision you've always dreamed about! You
just need to know a few key points about fertilization, soil selection,
growth, aeration, and some others, and then you can go on to build that
lawn of your dreams.
It's not as overwhelming as it seems even from the paragraph above. The
information is the key point, and what you do with the information is
what will save and upgrade your grass.
Get information about building a lawn from the ground up AND how to
keep it as gorgeous as it looked when it was first installed. Plus,
detailed and illustrated section about the dangers of erosion and how
to prevent this common problem!
But.....
If you think that building your dream lawn will take years...
If you think that you'll be bored out of your mind reading a book about
grass growing...
If you think that your money is better spent just trying to make your
yard look passable...
You're Positively Wrong.....
You've seen that huge section of lawn and garden books at the bookstore
and library.
They look like encyclopedias and read like them, too! They contain
information about so many different types of plants and grass that it's
nearly impossible to figure out exactly what you need to do in your
particular situation. You need something that goes step-by-step in
creating yard utopia.http://lawncarerngn.blogspot.com/#


 




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