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Re: !/ Proven Winners now Weigela


I have (4) Weigelas.  'Red Prince' which I have had for 15 yrs (was one of 
the orginal foundation plantings) is on the east side of the house which gets 
just morning sun, another one which is pink bloom (can't remember the variety at 
the moment) which is about 13 yrs is on the back east so gets full morning 
sun & distant sun all day.  Variegated one is 14 yrs, been moved about 4 times, 
gets full sun all day.  Wine & Roses is about 4 yrs old is on the west lot 
line gets some sun  all day but direct hot afternoon sun.  All are doing well.
    Ceres 

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