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Finally got around to repotting and trimming some trees. Trying a mix of 50/50 pine bark and lava rock for these and see how it goes.

1. Barbados Cherry
2. Dwarf Jade
3. Ginseng Ficus
 

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Id be happy with spring. Warm but still cool enough to get work done and not sticking hot where you sweat sitting in the shade thinking about work to do
 

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Id be happy with spring. Warm but still cool enough to get work done and not sticking hot where you sweat sitting in the shade thinking about work to do
Living in Texas I can agree with this.
 

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