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Re: Plumeria-Jim picture-links- and ??

I didn't reply before because I had the same take on it as Marge, didn't
seem to need filling.  How about its viewing position?  Do the pics show how
it is seen or did you step in to bed to take it?  My meaning is that would
help decide tall or short plants.


----- Original Message ----- 
Donna >  I have two different angles of a bare spot
Marge > I can't quite figure out where you want to put something as the
> mulched part looks like it's walking space?

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