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Re: Lotus

I think this will be a learning experience for them.  The Lotus  (Nelumbo) 
definitely won't grow with those unless it is maintained in a separate  
container within a larger one with those growing around it.  These  plants require 
totally different growing conditions.  That's the  negative thing about getting 
things out of magazines......they are often put  together for that one photo 
shoot without much thought.  I see that a lot,  sun and shade plants put 
together, or plants that love water with plants that  need dry conditions.....and 
then the folks wonder why it doesn't  work......especially since it did in the 
magazine!!!   Geeze.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 2/20/2006 11:02:38 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Yes,  with the Agastache and Helichrysums.  I just don't think she realizes  
what she is doing...

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