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#723704 - 05/25/09 03:31 PM JP Folks Gardens and tips.  
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Please post photos of your gardens, gardening tips (and warnings) etc. We love to hear you brag!


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#723724 - 05/25/09 06:20 PM Re: JP Folks Gardens and tips. [Re: Jean Bullock]  
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Jean, I'll wait to post a photo of the Garden Coffin until after the veggies start looking like veggies. Right now, I have to agree with the cats--it's an oversized but acceptable litter box.

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#723808 - 05/26/09 01:43 AM Re: JP Folks Gardens and tips. [Re: Joe Wrabek]  
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#729660 - 06/14/09 01:46 PM Re: JP Folks Gardens and tips. [Re: Jean Bullock]  
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compost tea is liquid gold to a gardener, it's micro-nutients and pest protection, here's how I make it:

take (1) 5 gallon bucket with a lid
(1)cotton sack or flour or burlap sack
fill with either homemade or store bought compost
tie up with twine and drop in bucket, fill bucket with water
and heavy weight to make sure bag in sunk below water level.
leave in direct sun for 12 days with lid sealed, stirring every 3 days till final day whhen it has fermented like beer with a foamy frothy top.remove bag and squeeze out liquid back into bucket.You can use this as mulch for any plants or trees.The liquid will be used every 7-days at a ratio of 1 part tea to 4 parts water, or 1 cup per plant.This is how foamy and color it should resemble below. [Linked Image]

#729714 - 06/14/09 05:27 PM Re: JP Folks Gardens and tips. [Re: Joe Wrabek]  
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Joe, can't wait to see the coffin garden.

Gary, I've never heard of that but it sounds interesting.


"Grits is one of those country-boy words that is both singular and plural-like deer, elk and sheep. I think the singular is appropriate when there's a modifier that makes it clear one is talking about something specific. Like, 'Grits are good for you, but these here grits is tasty.'"~~Joe Wrabek
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Will do, Ms. Jean. Been working on my yard for weeks, now. I will tell you guys never get a Millenium Rose. It has thorns on top of thorns. Been pruning those today. Planning to dig them and my two Queen Elizabeths up and replace them with a hybrid called Knockout Rose. They love this clay soil, plus they are bug and drought resistant. AND, they love nutrient poor/clay soil. I can't say enough good things about them. Tried them last year in the front because my neighbors had their lawn relandscaped-that's the kind the landscaper used. Small ones will cost about $15.00 but they are WELL worth it.


"Grits is one of those country-boy words that is both singular and plural-like deer, elk and sheep. I think the singular is appropriate when there's a modifier that makes it clear one is talking about something specific. Like, 'Grits are good for you, but these here grits is tasty.'"~~Joe Wrabek
#729983 - 06/15/09 05:35 PM Re: JP Folks Gardens and tips. [Re: Jean Bullock]  
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Here's one of the front beds I've landscaped and weeded about 3 weeks ago. I've got crepe mrytle trees, some Chinese wax leaf variety of shrubs along the house, then red and white periwinkles in front of the round boxwoods then variegated lariope as a border. Got some pots with fern and purple fountain grass with a big area of white caladiums in front of them. Also have amaryllis bulbs near the crepe myrtles on each side.

[Linked Image]

The back landscaping is what's kicking my butt this week. It got overgrown last year. There are bulbs in there that have proliferated like rabbits over the past few years. I have tried to keep them thinned out but to no avail. They are so invasive-impinging on the holly bushes and back behind the crepe myrtle. So, all of the bulbs are getting yanked out of there tomorrow. There must be 300+ bulbs in there. Speaking of rabbits-they get in there and breed, which would be fine IF the bulbs weren't so invasive. It's as bad as bamboo. The only thing I hate is not seeing the dainty bright orange flowers they produce late summer and fall. Something to think about when you plan your landscape. Think about how it will look in 3 years, then in 5 years. If you're looking for volume, then plant invasive plants like yarrow or irises (have dug up enough for all of you because they go crazy) or some type of bulb. ***Updated 6/16: Killed a copperhead in there this morning as I was pulling out the bulbs.

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Here's the daylilly bed I've been working on. The Knockout roses will go on either side of the daylillies.

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An example of what the Knockout roses will look like next year, if they live through the summer. Another bed in front:
[Linked Image]

And, the garden I'm trying to keep weeded, in between all the other projects while I'm off. Already getting fresh tomatoes and bell peppers out of it. Got 2 cucumbers, too. Have okra, crookneck squash and zucchini planted with a few radishes (that have been too spongey from the rain), chives and a few green onions.

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Last edited by Tricia Baker; 06/17/09 10:42 PM.

"Grits is one of those country-boy words that is both singular and plural-like deer, elk and sheep. I think the singular is appropriate when there's a modifier that makes it clear one is talking about something specific. Like, 'Grits are good for you, but these here grits is tasty.'"~~Joe Wrabek
#730306 - 06/16/09 10:38 PM Re: JP Folks Gardens and tips. [Re: Tricia Baker]  
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WOW Ms Tricia! That is beautiful.

Let me get this right.
You work outside of the home.
You cook, bake and entertain.
You write lyrics.
You are a photographer.
Wife and mother.
I know you do other things as well.

You are amazing.




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#730325 - 06/16/09 11:27 PM Re: JP Folks Gardens and tips. [Re: Jean Bullock]  
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My goodness, Ms. Jean! You're going to make my head swell. I have to have a project almost all the time or I'm not satisfied.

We have 3/4 of an acre. It takes both of us working in the yard to keep it maintained. I will say, I got too hot yesterday and today. Have a bad head cold now. Will stay inside tomorrow to keep cool. We finished up the back landscaping this morning. We plan to put those nice landscaping bricks along the back and rip out that cheap black stuff. We figured out we'd need about 125 ft of bricks. Will wait till it cools off, though. Maybe by October, I'll be in the mood for another big project.


"Grits is one of those country-boy words that is both singular and plural-like deer, elk and sheep. I think the singular is appropriate when there's a modifier that makes it clear one is talking about something specific. Like, 'Grits are good for you, but these here grits is tasty.'"~~Joe Wrabek
#730364 - 06/17/09 02:34 AM Re: JP Folks Gardens and tips. [Re: Tricia Baker]  
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Well, it seems to me like you have a swell head, so I don't see any problem with that.


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Thanks for the compost tea recipe, Gary. I thought the tea was applied to plants or to the ground below. When you said use it as a mulch, do you mean the stuff you strain off? Use that as a mulch? (I'm thinking that mulch is usually solids.) If so, then would you spray the foliage too?


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#730455 - 06/17/09 01:53 PM Re: JP Folks Gardens and tips. [Re: Jean Bullock]  
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Originally Posted by Jean Bullock
Thanks for the compost tea recipe, Gary. I thought the tea was applied to plants or to the ground below. When you said use it as a mulch, do you mean the stuff you strain off? Use that as a mulch? (I'm thinking that mulch is usually solids.) If so, then would you spray the foliage too?

yes the original compost in the sack will be reused again as a mulch after the liquid from it has been squeezed back into the other tea.It can be used as a foliar spray but when you add it to the roots then it gets into the leaves that way to strengthen then plant, by watering or spraying the leaves of a plant you always risk something, remember only God can water from above .

#730555 - 06/17/09 10:01 PM Re: JP Folks Gardens and tips. [Re: Gary Gray X]  
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Just noticed this thread.

Beautiful gardens, Tricia. I know how much work that is.

I've been working the past two weeks on a butterfly garden in my back yard. I used to have really nice ones - until the level of the pond behind our house rose twice (once due to El Nino in 98 and once because of the hurricanes of 04). So I gave up on it.

A couple weeks ago we had a new deck built though and I decided to try again, only with the garden around the deck where it will never (unless a rain of biblical proportions, in which case that's the least of my problems) flood again.

I just planted the stuff so it hasn't spread yet. If it works out, I'll post more pics later. Here is the butterfly garden along the front of the pool enclosure:

[Linked Image]

Here's a closer up view of a couple of the plants:

[Linked Image]

I couldn't get my favorite (scarlet milkweed) into the photo....

Around the far side of the pool enclosure the deck wraps around and there is some shade. I've decided to try using pots instead of planting in the ground. That way, I can pull them into the house when it hits freezing (one or two days each year). The little lily has been around since 99 or so - man it's survived everything smile

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I love this time of year grin

Now I gotta start working on the grass (as you can see). A couple of years of drought and a severe freeze this year has been tough on it...

Scott

#730565 - 06/17/09 10:28 PM Re: JP Folks Gardens and tips. [Re: Scott Campbell]  
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Scott, that's a beautiful yard. I love the different zones. Always wanted to put in a fishpond but I'm not home long enough to enjoy it. Just saw on tv a family who uses their basement as a living room/den-they had a gorgeous koi pond installed during the construction. Love that idea. Anyway, looks like you're going to be busy this summer. Love the pond-that looks so scenic.

There is a plant here called Penta-you can get red or orange blooms that attract butterflies. Plain old zinnias do the same thing. This year, I'm attempting to grow some from seed.


"Grits is one of those country-boy words that is both singular and plural-like deer, elk and sheep. I think the singular is appropriate when there's a modifier that makes it clear one is talking about something specific. Like, 'Grits are good for you, but these here grits is tasty.'"~~Joe Wrabek
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Thanks Tricia. smile

I used to have a water pond about 5 times that size. Used to keep fish in it too but the blue herons found it and it became a smorgasbord. smile

Just outside the frame of that first pic (in front of the deck) are two big pots that have pentas in them (pink ones). I love those flowers....

I want to plant roses in front of the deck - but the company we want to use only ships them to Florida in April. I had some in the same spot for years but they finally gave up the ghost. I'll be asking your advice on good roses when the time comes smile

Ha - the pond. It's about half its normal size. Which means my lawn is about twice its normal size. And I have a push mower. grin

That's good advice on thinking ahead. I've brought many of my gardening problems upon myself by failing to do what you suggest. smile

Scott

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Scott, I agree with Tricia. Lovely.

You are allowed to have a swell head too, Scott. smile




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#731075 - 06/19/09 06:09 PM Re: JP Folks Gardens and tips. [Re: Jean Bullock]  
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You are allowed to have a swell head too, Scott.


HA!

Ms. Jean, we need to get Donna's photos of her balcony garden over here somehow. She's got some lovely plants!!!!


"Grits is one of those country-boy words that is both singular and plural-like deer, elk and sheep. I think the singular is appropriate when there's a modifier that makes it clear one is talking about something specific. Like, 'Grits are good for you, but these here grits is tasty.'"~~Joe Wrabek
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Scott what kinda mulch is that? I imagine since you live in Florida it's pine , have you ever tried eucalyptus?(keeps bugs away too)

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Scott, I'm really digging that little koi pond. It's so cute.


"Grits is one of those country-boy words that is both singular and plural-like deer, elk and sheep. I think the singular is appropriate when there's a modifier that makes it clear one is talking about something specific. Like, 'Grits are good for you, but these here grits is tasty.'"~~Joe Wrabek
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Really Nice Tricia. I've been planning to build a pond too... planning... lol.

Will get to it sometime before the year is out.

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Ha, Jean - right now the only swelling is in my fingers from pulling all those weeds. smile

Hey Gary. That's cypress mulch. It's the easiest thing to get here and I like the smell too. In light of your comment about bugs though, maybe I should check out the eucalyptus. Thanks for the tip.

Hi Tricia - that lily in the pond has thrown up two new pads in the past two days. It appears to be happy... smile

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Hmm, sometimes we feel better when we throw up. wink


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Maybe if you're a frog, Ms. Jean. Ribbet.

Hey, Scott. That's cool about the new lily pads. I was outside scoping a spot for where I'd put a koi pond. I think I could get some black plastic, some rocks and make my own with a waterfall feature. I'm just thinking out loud.

Those roses I was referring to are called Knockout roses. I bet you can get them there. I bought them at Home Depot. They also have Double Knockouts. I am so happy with the ones I planted in the front.


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Or a lilly pad, LOL.

I found this link related to the roses you mentioned. I like the red double knock outs the best.

http://www.conard-pyle.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/srplants.plantDetail/plant_id/592/index.htm


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That is, indeed, a double knockout. smile

Thanks for the suggestion and link, Tricia and Jean.

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Wow! What a neat forum. I'd joined a ning gardening site but it is huge and I don't have the time to get involved with big forums anymore.

Enjoyed the pics and the tips. I'll post a couple from my garden. Just came in from watering it or rather hooking up the soaker hose. Going to try it slower today. I forgot to arrange the rows diagonally instead of parallel to the fence. Slope isn't quite right so one row of tomatoes are feasting on the runoff.

I'll try and post the picture of the big dump truck bringing in the Super Soil from none other than Froggy Bottom. Hahaa.

Had no idea this forum had been started. It's a great idea. I'm partial to gardeners though. smile

Oh, and Tricia, I've seen Knockout Roses all around here. They're everywhere. The Southern LIving Garden Center is not far from where I live and on one of the back roads I see hundreds if not thousands of gallon buckets growing those things to keep this red clay soil bunch of gardeners supplied.

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I've been out watering. It's a scorcher. Vanessa, those tomato plants look SOOOOOO healthy. Congrats on fresh tomatoes! I love them.


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Hi, Bailey! I love this forum too. Those tomatoes are looking really good. Quite a few of them too! I'll bet you are really popular with the neighbors.


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Oh my goodness, Dak. You've got squash, tomatoes (yellow?), and is that eggplant I see? Very nice shot of the Iris too. And the quail. Are there herbs in that first picture too? Lovely.


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Hi Jean, no, no egg plant. The tomatoes are red, just not ready to ripen when that picture was taken. We've been eating them since. Yum! We also have some cukes in a hanging pot that are doing reasonably well.
The first picture does have some herbs, good eyes, but other than mint pretty much taking over I can't remember what else Lisa has out there. Most of the herbs are in planters in the back yard.

We have several coveys of Quail who visit us. One, with very young chicks, comes in about 07:00 am and later, usually about 08:00 or so, sometimes a bit later, we get another group of coveys coming in. That varies from three to four coveys and we then will have over twenty babies running around that back area. We have some chickens too so now and again I'll toss out some lay mash for the quail and I have a couple of bird feeders in the back yard tree so we have lots of birds to watch in the morning.

Thank you for looking Jean, if you want some mint I'll be happy to pick some for you. I think it would mail OK.

Dak

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Dak, those squash are doing great in that hanging pot. I may have to try that. My squash plants got too wet then it got so hot they aren't doing anything.


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Thanks, Dak. grin Have you been going to any of the OC meetings?

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Thanks, Dak. grin Have you been going to any of the OC meetings?


No Jean, I have not. Other circumstances in life have taken priority. Heck, it's been nearly a year since my last gig.
If things continue as they have I may be able to make some in the somewhat near future.

If you want some of the mint, pm your shipping address and I'll send some over your way.

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True story. This year, I saw these fantastic big orange and yellow zinnias at Home Depot. We had a couple of warm days which caused me to have the biggest case of Spring Fever so I bought about 5 or 6 flats of them. They looked so pretty in the front flower beds. At least they did for about 3 weeks, then they started looking puny.

It took me awhile to figure out that some had developed mold-mainly because it was still rainy and wet outside. The lady at the nursery told me as soon as it got warmer outside that they'd do better. Well, I waited and I waited. Still they got "sicker" and "sicker". Then, I noticed the leaves being eaten alive. Figured out it was snails.

So, I waited a few more weeks then I pulled them all out and planted red and white periwinkles and Mexican Heather. Then, came the beloved (and, faithful) Easter freeze. It bit my Mexican Heather back but the periwinkles did fine.

Since I'd spent so much already on bedding plants, I decided to do the economical thing. Zinnias are supposedly so easy to grow (BIG FAT HA) I bought 2 packs of seeds for a bed out back. The seeds came up within 2 weeks then they disappeared. It was still a little bit cool at night.

I bought another pack of seeds to reseed. There were a few sprouts trying to grow. Since it had gotten warmer, the new seeds I planted came up within about a week. I'm jumping up and down for joy thinking I'd have a full bed of zinnias in that spot by now. After all, zinnias draw the prettiest butterlies I've ever seen. Planting those felt so good I bought 3 packs of sunflower seeds & 2 packs of 4 o'clocks. They started coming up and again-I could barely contain myself. Well, my husband took care of all the ones along the back fence-he plucked my newborns out of the ground thinking they were weeds.

By now, we have a brood of baby rabbits and guess WHAT??? The rabbits have eaten all my baby zinnias that have come up in that little round bed out back.

I'm never going to try to save money again by buying seeds and I'm certainly never going to plant diddly squat till after Easter. I've had it with seeds.


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LOL, Tricia. Maybe a little greenhouse would help. You can make them out of PVC pipe and plastic sheets. Then dismantle it and put it away until the next season.

That's cute about hubby.

When I was a little girl, my mom tried to have a vegetable garden. (She had six kids like steps.) Anyway she said she gave up because we kept going out to look at the carrots and pulling them up to see if they were ready. Guess that happened to just about every thing she planted. Poor Mom.


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I'm so feeling her pain, Ms. Jean. I will say that the Moonflower seeds I planted in a pot are doing well, though. Guess the rabbits won't come up on the deck.


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Any more picts of the gardens? How are the harvests coming along? Anybody dried fruits or veggies. How about canning and freezing?


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A couple of pics of our outdoor pets.
They are commonly called, Black and Yellow Garden Spider, Writing Spider, Banana Spider or Corn Spider and are harmless to humans.
It was interesting watching them with prey that got caught in their webs. We had as many as three in the same, quite close area, these two large ladies and one smaller. They left after a time, one by one, and others took their places. Today we only have one youngster who had been in place for about a week.
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So, what is this???
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A 4 leaf clover?


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I have no idea what that is. It isn't a shamrock. It is very cool looking though?


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Looks like a 4-leaf clover! Hmmm, what's its size?

I love this forum! I love gardening too. Most of the time, I'm inside the house either working in front of my computer screens or in front of sheet music at the piano. And gardening is a GREAT change of pace!!

I'm in the very hot San Fernando Valley in the City of LA. The Valley's on the north side of the Santa Monica Mountains, so our climate is pretty different from LA, which is cooler with the ocean air. We've got more desert air, and in the summer, we're often 10-15 degrees hotter than LA. Whew! And it was hhhhottt this summer!

Right now it's about 80-85 during the day and it drops to the mid-50's at night. We've got a clay soil, so between the weather and soil, we've got our challenges. Course, we really don't get snow in the winter, but it can drop below freezing, but not for long.

I'll put up some photos of my garden soon. I envy many of you your wonderful large yards and ponds. Wow! Gorgeous!

Thanks for all of your sharing. Really appreciate it.


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Hi, Bettie! Welcome to JPF.! I live in Anaheim and it's a lot hotter than the beach areas too. Although, the valley gets a lot hotter. Dak's inland area gets really hot too. Looking forward to your photos.


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Oh, goodie! Another gardener!! Welcome, Bettie. grin


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Hi fellow gardeners! How do I upload pictures into this Reply area?

Thanks!

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Beautiful garden Scott! And Tricia...really nice garden.

How do I post photos?

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Wow Daklander...very nice! Are the quail wild? Neat!

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I think this board is dead :)--I'll see---
Have you all seen these cute planters that fit right down over the 2x4 rail on a deck or porch--or a 2x6 rail either. I got 2 of them--work like a charm--no nails, screws or anything--they stay right there.
Now I'll see if anything happens smile

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And where's that dang Jean Bullock!!!???

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