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Re: anyone out there?

I have the nora barlow. One of my favorite columbines. Not sure I have a
named burnet, but the one I have seeds around in spite of relentless removal
of bloom stalks when they appear. Pretty fern-like foliage, some of the
seedlings have reddish stems. Doing well with 3 hours midday only sun.
Judy B

... Did find some plants at of all places an ace hardware store.... anyone
> growing these:
> Campanula hybrid Elizabeth, milky bellflower
> Sanguisorba menziesii burnet
> Cimicifuga brunette
> Pieris red head
> euonymus moonshadow
> Columbine- red hobbit and nora Barlow
> Donna

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