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Re: weather/gardening

Hello Kitty,
    Sorry about that... did have it again in the fall. Sold out early last
year of the geranium Rozanne. Underestimated the demand. Ordered more last
fall and more again for deliver this coming spring. Willing to bet you I
have to reorder again before fall. I am getting orders already for 10 or
more per order of nothing but the geranium. I see it popping up in the
gardening magazines.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
> Chris,
> I ordered the Red Yucca from HCG for our Display Gardens last year. A
> pretty small start, but it is doing fine. I, was amazed at it's
> hardiness listing and look forward to future growth.
> I ordered G. Rozanne last year from Gene, but I ordered too late or
> something and it was scratched. Fortunately I found it in September at a
> country nursery near here, so I'm eagerly awaiting next season's blooms.
> I've seen the Tiarella SS only in pics and it looks lovely; good choice!
> Kitty

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