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Re: Getting ready for spring planting thoughts

> Wondering what new or newly promoted annuals or perennials are going to be
> featured this year. 

I'm trying to push some of the newer conflowers like 'Sunset', 'Sunrise', 
and 'Twilight'.  I'm also excited to have finally gotten hold of some


I've been lusting after it for a while.  :)

> I see another meadowbrite series has come out... Pixie 
> http://snipurl.com/ojxz

I saw that a while back and wonder how to get in on the action.  Chicagoland
Grows doesn't like to work with the little guys.  :)  Except Song Sparrow,
of course.

> Of course, all of these are probably old news since I seen an article about
> them in a magazine... which made me wonder just what else is new and hot?

Cotinus coggygria 'Ancot' (Golden Spirit [TM]) is another biggie -- it's
like a regular smokebush, but has chartreuse foliage.


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