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Re: last night's experience;Grandma's & Seibenthalers; and Rayna's new house...

Hello, Bonnie,

Re: Grandma's and Siebenthaler's.  I do intend to put a bug in their
respective ears about doing a garden party sale, but I'm in no hurry.  Can't
hurry right now, too many appliances are breaking at home, and I'm far
behind tending my garden.  I figure if I get to it by Christmas, that should
give the people in charge a quiet season to think it over.  Your offer of
help is appreciated.  I'll holler if I need you!

Yes, yes, yes! to the knautia!  My sample plant is gee-orgeeous in bloom.

You are 1400 e-mails behind, eh?  Now I feel better about my track record
here! <g>  Seriously, I know you went on vacation and have a lot of other
family stuff going on that I do not.  I didn't find out about your crisis
with Blue until it had come and gone, for one thing.  I wish I'd been there
to support you, but I'm very happy that everything turned out alright.  And
you and Bill managed to take a VACATION!  How perfectly fantastic!  I'll
have to look back and see if you posted anything about how it went.

Is Rayna's new home an older house or a newer one?  When you said
"interesting interior architecture", that made me think of an older home.
This one sounds like a blank slate for Rayna's creativity, which is great.
The two of you will have a fine time fixing the curb appeal with plantings.
Sun or shade?  Makes me smile just thinking about it!



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bonnie & Bill Morgan" <wmorgan972@ameritech.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, August 03, 2004 9:12 AM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] last night's experience;Grandma's & Seibenthalers; and
Rayna's new house...

> Let me know if I can help, Wendy!  BTW, we still need to get together so I
> can give you a tub full of Knautia Macedonica (if you want it) <snip>
> BTW, to the group in general, daughter Rayna moved into her first house
> (bought on her own without anyone's help) and is excited!  There are a few
> plants already there.  In the dark, I was only able to identify surprise
> lilies.  She wants some help on plantings.  <snip>The outside of the
> house is VERY plain.  It needs something to spice it up!  It begs for
> appeal."

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