Rescue horror stories

Ellen Hornig
Thu, 25 Apr 2013 10:26:25 PDT
Hmmmm.  Makes me feel a bit protective towards *my* gardens...:-)  Years
ago I had a garden visitor who practically boasted about her (well-known in
the rock garden society chapter) proclivity for liberating things that her
host failed to provide on demad.  I had to tell her that if I ever caught
her doing that I would have to ask her to leave, and would never invite her


On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 12:56 PM, Cynthia Mueller <
> wrote:

> Years ago I used to make my children snatch bits of likely plants that
> were "sticking out" of a yard.  We would drive to wherever there was a
> likely candidate, and I would tell them that "they won't arrest
> children...." and "no one will notice a tiny bit missing".... They would
> sink down in the car seat and whine, "no - please - not again!"  Sometimes
> I would pass an interesting plant for even several years, saying to myself
> that I should try to get a start - and suddenly it would be gone, a victim
> of homeowner disapproval or a bulldozer.  So this is a good deed we're
> doing, as long as the original can spare some of its parts.  -Cynthia W
> Mueller
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Ellen Hornig
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