My knickers get all twisted in uncomfortable ways when plants are mean. Garden thugs like Talium Limon – a lovely chartreuse foliage plant – self-seed all over the place and assail kinder, gentler plants. Even perfectly charming plants like sedum can get rowdy and cause a garden dust up with neighbors. There are plants, like anything in the mint family, that we want to grow but don’t, because we are down right scared that they’d form a gang and garden violence would ensue.
No matter what you do in life nor how much you enjoy doing it, there are always those teeny little Murphy's Law irritations that are slightly... well... irritating. I love to garden and for the most part, it's pure joy. Even weeding. But...
CCC enrollees throughout the country were credited with renewing the nation's decimated forests by planting an estimated three billion trees from 1933 to 1942. Today, the legacy of the CCC is continued through the effort of thousands of young people who work on the same ground first restored by the men of the CCC.
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