Wednesday, November 07, 2007

McGroarty Enterprises Inc.



Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2007 01:30:02 -0800 (PST)
From: emanrais
Subject: Re: Mike McGroarty's Gardening Newsletter November 6, 2007
To: "Mike McGroarty"


Dear Mike.
Thanks for the offer, but we live in Indonesia with 2
seasons. Dry and right now going into moonson.
Actually I wish to have a cultivating blueberry for a
highland in Sukabumi about 1300 sealevel. Could you
please tell me about the seed and how to puurchase
including the postal charge.
Thanks a lot. Regards, emanrais.

--- Mike McGroarty wrote:


> Mike McGroarty's One Minute Gardening Tips
>
>
> Hi emanrais!
>
> This gardening tip can be read in about 73 seconds.
>
> ********************The Newsletter
> Ad********************
>
>
> emanrais, it only costs about 23 cents to produce a
> plant that sells quickly and easily for $4.97. We
> sold $25,783 worth of $4.97 plants in 4 weeks right
from our driveway.
>
> Right now is the ideal time to get started. You'll
> have all winter to prepare for spring.
> Discover the secret:
>
http://www.freeplants.com/starting-a-plant-nursery.htm
>
>
>
>
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>
>
> Getting Ready for Winter, Some Things to Think About
>
> 1. Make sure all of your garden hoses are
> disconnected from the faucets. Today most homes are
equipped with "frost free" hose bibs that are not
supposed to freeze.
> But what most people don't realize is that unless
> you disconnect the hose from the faucet the water
inside of the faucet can not drain and they can and
will freeze and break inside the wall. Simply
disconnect the hose so the water inside the faucet
can run out.
>
> If you live in the south you're probably saying;
> "Huh whaddya talkin about?" In the north our pipes
do freeze and bust wide open if we don't take
precautions. It just adds to ambience of living in
the north.
>
>
> 2. It's almost transplanting season!
>
> As soon as you experience a hard freeze in your area
> where the temperatures dip down below 30 degrees F.
> and stay there for a few hours, all most all plants
> can be
> considered dormant at that time. That means they
> can
> be safely transplanted.
>
> I know you think I'm crazy to even think that you
> are
> going to go outside this time of year to transplant
> trees
> and shrubs, but this really is the ideal time.
>
> Think about it. Transplanting a tree or shrub is
> like you
> or I having surgery. Roots are severed. You
> wouldn't
> want to undergo surgery while you are awake and
> alert
> would you? Neither do your plants.
>
> Once dormant you can safely transplant them from now
> until early spring when they start to leaf out.
> Once they
> have leaves you can not move them until late fall or
>
> early winter.
>
> Have a great week!
> -Mike McGroarty
>
> (more personal stuff about Mike and Pam)
> http://www.freeplants.com/stuff.htm
>
> P.S. The message board is here:
> http://www.network54.com/Forum/519353/
>
>
>
>
>
> McGroarty Enterprises Inc.
> P.O. Box 338
> Perry, Ohio 44081, USA
>
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