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Nicole Manasco
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Biologist, Mom, Digi-Scrapper, Crafter, Gardener, Reader
Biologist, Mom, Digi-Scrapper, Crafter, Gardener, Reader

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Lavender question....
I live in Zone 5 and would like to grow a lavender hedge along our front entrance.  Any suggestions as to excellent lavender varieties?  #1 it has to have a good hedge shape (1-2ft tall would be ideal).  Reblooming would nice, but not necessary.  If you have a lavender hedge I'd love to see photos of your. 
Thanks!

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This is wonderful!  +Bob Manasco and I are biting the bullet and getting our edible landscaping going in the front yard this year (staring with an acid loving bed of azaleas, blueberries, and cranberries and wall border of sweet potatoes and rainbow chard) so I was looking for some inspiration.  I Love the stories that go along with the photos!

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This is wonderful!  +Bob Manasco and I are biting the bullet and getting our edible landscaping going in the front yard this year (staring with an acid loving bed of azaleas, blueberries, and cranberries and wall border of sweet potatoes and rainbow chard) so I was looking for some inspiration.  I Love the stories that go along with the photos!

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This is wonderful!  +Bob Manasco and I are biting the bullet and getting our edible landscaping going in the front yard this year (staring with an acid loving bed of azaleas, blueberries, and cranberries and wall border of sweet potatoes and rainbow chard) so I was looking for some inspiration.  I Love the stories that go along with the photos!

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Unloaded the composter yesterday.  The bottom half yielded two wheel barrows of beautiful black compost. Spread that out on our two raised beds and returned the rest of the material back to cook a little longer.  Hopefully with the remix and the warmer weather it might be done by the time we are ready to put the more tender stuff out.  Hoping to plant peas, radishes, and greens in the beds today.
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Unloaded the composter yesterday.  The bottom half yielded two wheel barrows of beautiful black compost. Spread that out on our two raised beds and returned the rest of the material back to cook a little longer.  Hopefully with the remix and the warmer weather it might be done by the time we are ready to put the more tender stuff out.  Hoping to plant peas, radishes, and greens in the beds today.
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