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Inch by inch, row by row, gonna make this garden grow. All it takes is a rake and a hoe, and a piece of fertile ground. Inch by inch, row by row, someone bless these seeds I sow. Someone warm them from below till the rain comes tumblin' down.
Many of us like to work in our gardens. But sometimes our efforts to grow pretty flowers and shrubs are foiled by the denizens of the surrounding woods and the many trees that shade our yards. Here's a little justice in the garden that many gardeners might find amusing, and one more display of how recycling and composting benefits the garden.