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Re: todays events....

Glad to hear you finally got your Endless Summer. I got a tiny Prairie Frost
for one of the gardens this year, I hope it makes it, it's very pretty.
Sounds like you did well.  When you get around to it, tell us what else you
picked up.

Today I planted a few things that had been patiently waiting for me to get
around to it:
Cymbalaria muralis - Kennilworth Ivy - this one is pretty cute but I'm quite
unsure of its hardiness.  The tag says zone 8, but World Plants said Zone 4.
I checked other sites, no one seems to agree.

Phlox pan. Orange Perfection, Dianthus allwoodii 'Pink Helen', Acorus
gramineus 'Variegatus' - Sweet Flag, Carex cornica 'Marginata' - Marginated
Sedge, Clematis 'Nelly Moser, Lobelia x gerardii 'Vedrariensis'.  This last
one I planted in sun, but have since read it should be in shade.  Anyone
else grow it?  should I move it?


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Monday, July 05, 2004 10:40 PM
Subject: [CHAT] todays events....

> Made a trip to a friends nursery today. Made me a deal I couldn't
> refuse, so brought home a van full of plants and shrubs. Too many to
> remember or list, but a couple worth noting.
> Had a canna there, seems it can't take sun, so is residing on the screen
> in deck here. *Anyone heard of this non-sense?* It is called Canna
> stuttgart. I really like this, and got a deal on it due to someone
> leaving it in the sun. Some of the white parts are brown tinged, but
> thinking next year this could be great!-- picture here:
> http://simplymyworld.com/cannastutgart.jpg
> He also had Echinacea purpurea Prairie Frost.... and endless summer
> hydrangea... all which came home with me.
> Oh- even bought John two new miniature trees for the garden railroad...
> maybe he will start thinking in those lines instead of my garden!
> Now to find time to plant everything... wheel barrel, wagon and cart all
> full.:)
> Donna
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