Campaign lessons can help in your landscape's race against weedsYeah, humor. Here's a good line, though:
Election fever is tolerable if it happens around plants. At least in the garden, mudslinging and manure spreading are honorable activities, and if you dig up a little dirt, no one seems to mind.
Our yards have a lot in common with the political landscape, and when the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado (alcc.com) offered these fall talking points, we couldn't resist sowing a little humor into them.
Weeds, like political ads, pop up over and over, leaving us with the desire to take a hoe and pummel them. . . .Let me try it! Cutesy writers, like political ads, pop up over and over, leaving us with the desire to take a hoe . . .