Re: NANFA-- Plant anchors

Ben (
Sun, 04 Jan 2004 14:30:13 -0500

Yeah, I can't find anything small enough (~1/4"), and the closest thing I
found wasn't really the right color (sorta white and brown. I like the
walnut gravel more). The streams I know of are either mud or sand. I think
my lack of luck must have to do with Florida geology (I'm sure they don't
ship that stuff, so it must be local). There are still a couple of places
to check, but I'm not real hopeful (a lot of places don't even sell _pea_

Ben in Tampa

At 05:47 AM 1/4/2004 -0800, you wrote:
>Home Depot/Menard's/Lowe's or your local gardening/landscaping
>center should have pea gravel. If all else fails, go to your
>local (clean) stream and dig out a bucketful of substrate
>and use that.
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