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Re: Ward

April 25 2012 at 6:04 AM
Suchie  (Login Suchiek)
Hummingbirder 2008

Response to Ward

Ward, there are a lot of new plants being tried this year. I remember planting rows of alternating Agastaches and Salvias last year. I am really to eager to see how the patch at the start of the median turned out. I had planted two of the heatwave series and a salmon and pink there and several of your seed started plants.

I am bringing Bolero, two rooted cuttings of Christine Yeo and will check to see if MFF has the Acapulco red. I decided against the phygelius, since it is much better as a potted plant at a slight elevation. Purple pygmy burnt out when I left it out on sunny day.

Wanted to remind you about the Petunia Exserta.


This message has been edited by Suchiek on Apr 25, 2012 6:08 AM

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