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Re: what's everyone ordering for Spring?

That sounds nice.  Hope it does well for you.  I'm am trying not to 
order any new plants this year.  My garden really is full, and I'm sure 
I'll have to take more out of it before the end of summer.  SOoooo- 
I'lljust stick to local sales and try to use some restraint at those.


Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

>In a message dated 2/5/06 9:27:37 PM, tchessie1@sbcglobal.net writes:
>>I'm happy to report that my black mondo grass did survive the winter- 
>>now lets hope it gets bigger this year, since it is so very small.
>Theresa, the plant I purchased is in a 6" sq and has what appears to be 4
>     Ceres
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