Seeds of Lilium ledebourii for (questionable) sale

From HK
Mon, 16 Nov 2015 11:21:48 PST
Hi Mike,

I am curious about the window screening & how you placed it around your
beds?  How much of a reduction in weeds did you notice?

Thank you

On Mon, Nov 16, 2015 at 12:33 PM, Michael Mace <>

> Subs wrote:
> >David was polite. Understand that no means no. Take it elsewhere.
> Hi, Subs. I don't think I've seen your address before. Perhaps you could
> introduce yourself?
> Just to clarify, I think David's right that this is not a place to discuss
> ways to evade government regulations. It is, though, an OK place to
> politely
> mention the wisdom of those regulations, as long as we don't let the
> discussion go on for a long time or get nasty.
> Or did I miss something?
> Mike
> San Jose, CA
> PS: The rainy season arrived here two weekends ago. For those of you who
> don't live in a Mediterranean climate, this is our equivalent of spring --
> you can almost feel the land starting to wake up after the long summer
> drought. Amaryllid seeds are ripening, the hills start to turn green, and I
> rush through the last bits of bulb planting that I didn't finish in the dry
> season. Little green sprouts are starting to appear in many pots. Two
> thirds
> are weeds, one third are bulbs. But which are which? When in doubt, I leave
> them -- but that means more weeds later, and I'll never have the time to
> pull them all. So I'll call them "indicator plants," and promise myself
> that
> next summer I'll change out the potting mix.
> PPS: It turns out that putting window screening around a raised bed doesn't
> keep out all weed seeds. Darn.
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