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RE: plants new this year

I planted it in a protected spot so hoping it will make it. I have a
bunch of zone 6 plants and some year I will probably loose them all.
They are thriving in his display garden, so.....

Even if it doesn't bloom next year, the leaves are great as a backdrop.


> In a message dated 7/11/04 10:04:43 AM, justme@prairieinet.net writes:
> << Hydrangea macrophylla 'mariesii silver' >>
> Donna, are you going to grow this in a container?  I believe it is a
> 6
> plant as well as macrophylla blooms on old  wood with the exception,
> Endless
> Summer the new one.
>     Ceres

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