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Re: Tony Avent in NYTimes


In a message dated 4/6/06 3:22:02 PM, zsanders@midsouth.rr.com writes:


> The louder and more ostentatious the
> flowers the more I have to have them. 
>

Zem, I never use red in my garden, my home or clothing.   What does that say
about me?   For many   years I couldn't use yellow but after attending so many
'color' classes I have grown to love yellow but the softer values.
     If my husband selected plants they would all have red blooms.
          Ceres

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