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Re: Weigela


Hey- on an update.  I transplanted my sad performing Weigelia and it is 
doing well!  It actually has leaves!  And they are normal size.  So, I 
am hopeful that it will thrive in it's new shadier location (that is 
away from the brick wall).

Theresa


Donna wrote:

>hum-- I think I have this-- will check Wednesday when
>I get home. If you want a clipping, walk me thru it!
>
>Donna
>
>
>--- Chapel Ridge Wal Mart National Hearing Center
><4042N15@nationalhearing.com> wrote:
>  
>
>>One of the Weigela cuttings I took last fall is
>>flowering, just lovely.  But
>>this from a large variety that I really need to
>>rejuventate.  FG has an
>>article on them so I looked closer for tips on
>>pruning.  Across from that
>>page was a picture of a lovely 'Midnight Wine' we've
>>discussed before.
>>Unfortunately, mine seems to have totally
>>disappeared.  I was cleaning that
>>bed up a little yesterday and it is just not there. 
>>No noticeable signs of
>>having been dug up either.
>>
>>Kitty
>>
>>
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