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Is your garden over run with gnomes ?

Posted by mommyandme2 none (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 4, 11 at 8:30

This video tells you what to do about the problem.
www.youtube.com/user/USUExtension#p/c/1098D7E4A3C94A46/0/D0foMKAxCww

Enjoy !


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RE: Is your garden over run with gnomes ?

What a riot! I was watching, DH was only listening, and HE was cracking up!

TFS
Beatrice


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RE: Is your garden over run with gnomes ?

Too funny! Who would have known!
I am keeping a 'one & only' gnome in my gardens...so therefore, I haven't encountered any of these pest problems on the video! He also 'winters' over but is just so laid back that he hasn't bothered any house plants or trees! Here's a pic from July:
LazyPondGnome7.11

How in the world did this Utah guy tape this video w/o 'cracking up!' LOL! TFS! Jeanne s.


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RE: Is your garden over run with gnomes ?

I've heard this guy before...too funny!


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RE: Is your garden over run with gnomes ?

That is so hysterical. I had to save it as well as pass it on.
I have quite a few gnomes but so far they are well behaved.
LOL

hugs, Karen


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RE: Is your garden over run with gnomes ?

LOL! I learned that they are Gnomatic creatures, traveling around everywhere, and that you can't get rid of them Gnom-atter what. I just had Gnome idea this could happen!


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