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Re: plants new this year

In a message dated 7/11/2004 1:48:39 PM Central Standard Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
Many people grow it here just for the beautiful leaves. 

Thanks for reminding me of one of the reasons I like living where I do.  I 
just love hydrangeas.  I have huge ones now since they don't die back very much 
over the winter.  My two oldest ones are macrophylla.  They were pink when I 
bought them, but being in this acid soil has rendered them pink, blue and 
lavender.  In addition, I have 6 others, including two variegated 'Nikko Blue' and 
3 lace caps (whose names I have forgotten),I also have one 'Anabelle,' which 
smells delicious.  Right now I just have two H. quercifolia.  I would like to 
have more of those planted in the "woodsy" part of my yard because Bambi 
doesn't seem to like them. :-)

zone 7
West TN

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