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Thread: The destruction of a garden

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    Senior Member Rose Cactus's Avatar
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    Thats trrrible! If you can get more plants you could still have a fall garden.

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    Very sad indeed, i know how much work goes into having a garden :(

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    oh wow! that is just aweful! If you think there is enough time, I would definately replant
    your garden was beautiful

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    How devastating, I know how much hard work went into your garden, I'm not sure about replanting.

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    Oh my gosh!!! That's horrible, soooo sorry! I wouldn't give up, them them a couple of weeks and see what happens. Long growing season ahead yet.

    HUGS

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    I never imagined the after photos to be so bad. I am so sorry. We also have a garden. I think I would replant and keep my fingers crossed. Good luck!

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    {{hugs}} That's a horrible thing to do.

    Maybe you can see if there's something you can plant in that space.

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    I'm sorry!! I hope some of them come back for you!!!!

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    OMGoodness!That is terrible. I think you could definitely replant around what survived.You might give it a week to see if any of it bounces back.

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    Give it a shot. My mother used to say "It never hurts to try".

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