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Re: Gene's Catalogue & Gentiana

    I see you received good advice from a "neighbor". The best kind. I am
sure Noreen knows far more than I what will and will not grow in TX. Thanks
of chiming in, Noreen.
    You have so many wonderful things you can grow there that I can not
here, or struggle with constantly and then give up. It all comes out in the
wash.... there is no shortage of plants at either end of the hardiness zone
scale... or the heat zone.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
> I may do that. We'll see if we get rain this Spring. If so, will try two
> and see if they can hack the heat. They're so pretty but Texas makes
> short work of so many plants that can't handle the heat. Price I pay for
> having my rosemary shrubs which I adore and not having to dig up tender
> bulbs I guess.
> thanks Gene.  Appreciate your advice sir (as always) and I love your

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