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Re: Buddleia

I agree, that Theresa might be on to something.  Now that I think of 
it.....the Buddleia varieties I tried before were all in prepared beds of some type 
that were fertilized, and tended to regularly.  The Buddleia I have now are out 
by the street (between sidewalk and street) in non amended soil, little to no 
care......and do great.
Go figure.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 6/20/2003 11:03:41 AM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> You might be onto something, Theresa.  The ones that perform best in my
> yard are outside of prepared beds and are fairly neglected when it comes
> to fertilizer and lots of TLC.  I just consider them 'leave alone'
> plants.   I've also noticed they don't seem to mind being moved - a
> couple of mine have been marched all around the yard as we've made new
> beds and added paths and walkways.  Around this area, they're really
> 'user friendly'.

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