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Re: Singing Springs

Your mention of Cordyline caught my eye.  I saw Cordyline baueri in WFF's
catalogue last year for $22.  Loved it but couldn't bring myself to do it.
Then, lo and behold, I happened accross one at a local greenhouse for only
$4.  It grew outside all summer and it at least doubled in size.  I potted
it and it's inside now and doesn't seem to mind the conditions.  I'm even
more excited now because WFF is carrying it again, but now the price is $36!
I also found it elsewhere ion the internet for $40.  Perhaps the sizes are
bigger, but since it appears to grow rather quickly, that doesn't matter to
I wish I could get a better idea of C. 'Red Sensation's form than I can see
on SS's website.  Will have to scout around.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Monday, January 26, 2004 9:59 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Singing Springs

> Lynda, thanks.  Guess I will email Pam.  Have you ordered from her before?
> Last yr was my first and I was amazed at the size of the plants
especially (2)
> cordyline 'red sensation'.
>     Bonnie, I cannot say a certain plant but more of what are tropicals to
> me.  Remembering a zone 7 plant is tropical to me.  I love the salvia van
> 'Paul' & the burgundy form which I have purchased.  I am going to try the
> Caribbean Coral this year and will use it in my blue and orange MG garden.
>     Ceres
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