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Re: plants... the last of them for this year....

Re Amber Waves:  I see listings showing partial sun, but also found this:
"New unique form of Heuchera with yellow to amber foliage very striking in
full sun...will withstand full sun to partial shade and loves moist well
drained soil do not let this plant dry out."
I believe it will do better with more, rather than less sun.  I have 2 of
them and the one getting more sun seems to be faring better.  I think the
colors are gorgeous.  I'll do a little work on your list tomorrow.

Watch out - that Fallopia is gonna get huge!  I've had that Astilbe for
years - don't let it dry out.  I have 4 of those buckthorns, you'll love it!
I've been hoping to get the Bush Clover one of these days.

If I had a nursery and had to make my own labels, I'd invest in a machine
that makes indelible markers.  Currently our little nursery doesn't really
have to mark everything until the morning of the sale and then we attach the
tags.  We don't have too much trouble telling a Sweetspire from a Heuchera.
However, some cannot tell the difference between Tricyrtis Tojen and T.
Miyazaki (smooth vs fuzzy leaves) and recently some Phlox got separated from
their groups and we can't tell which they are as we have 4 varieties. So I
am busy making pot tags for everything.  These have to be cheap, easy, and
at least vaguely readable, but not perfect because the customer gets the
nice printed tag. I can make 200 markers from one 23x42 inch miniblind that
sells for $2.47 at Wal-Mart.(2 bonus cat toys in each box!)  I print the
names on the 80 count avery label sheets and then affix them to the blind
pieces.  We have found that colored ink washes away but black ink holds up.
It blurs a little but is still readable.  If we wanted to prevent any
blurring we could put tape across them.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, July 15, 2004 10:16 PM
Subject: [CHAT] plants... the last of them for this year....

> Ok...last of the new plants for my yard this year...well maybe :)
> Figuring since it got humid and hot here again, maybe Kitty needs
> another project for tomorrow and who knows, she may even throw in how to
> pronounce them :)
> Once again-- if anyone has some words of wisdom on these plants....would
> appreciate hearing them, although many I am somewhat familiar with. Most
> of these were throw ins. I walked around for hours trying to find
> somewhere for the ambers waves (Heuchera)..... definitely one I would
> not have bought and now don't know what to do with...so I added it to
> the graveyard. How much sun can they take?
> Achillea millefolium 'summer pastels'
> Forsythia X intermedia 'fiesta'
> Lespedeza thunbergii 'gilbralter'
> Heuchera ambers waves
> Astibe chinansle 'pumila'
> Rhamnus frangula 'asplenifolia' Fernleaf buckthorn
> Heptaodium miconioides
> Fallopia japonica 'crimson beauty'
> Forsythia viridissima var. koreana 'ligwang'
> Chamaecyparis thyoides 'red star' -- for the train area
> Donna
> Ps- this guy needs some lessons on label making from you Kitty... at
> least something that stands up to the weather better without fading and
> making my life difficult.
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