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Re: Baptisa

Don't know how you do it, Gene.  About the only thing I can now
grow in my exposed perennial bed is bee balm (Monarda), of
which I have three colors blooming right now, and daffodils in the
spring.  The don't eat goldenrod, and I am trying some of the
cultivated ones, monkshood, or the various  Digitalis species
I have.  Really limits what I can grow in the few sunny unprotected
spots left. But Baptisia was one of the first to go.

In a message dated 07/26/2005 1:59:49 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
genebush@otherside.com writes:
Well, Auralie,
    The 3 baptisa I have here have never been touched by deer, or any other 
animal that I am aware of over the years. Plenty of other plants, I suppose. 
Like JoAn 's lilium, or sunflowers, or vegetables

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