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Re: native plants


Also, keep your eyes open for those spring ephemerals. And there may be some native woodies that are not as common as C.florida. I'm still discovering stuff on my property - new to me - and I've lived on it 8 years!
Cathy
On Sunday, April 3, 2005, at 06:38 PM, Donna wrote:


And Jim, I wouldn't want the common natives, but that area used to have lady
slippers and some other interesting stuff... and that is what I would go
after! :) My friend remembers his mother-in-law as someone with fresh
veggies all the time, so I am hoping she was also a flower gardener too...

Donna

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