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

My first 'Amber Waves' I planted in shade -- not happy. My second gets afternoon sun (remember, I live in west central IL...afternoon sun is fierce) and it is doing fine.
On Thursday, July 15, 2004, at 10:16 PM, Donna wrote:

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?

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