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Re: another MG sale

9ft wide does sound wide, but apparently it works.  And that's wide enough
for Dorothy and all her friends to skip arm-in-arm.

Here's how we made up the tag for our daylily (which sold out)
Hemerocallis 'Lana's First Love'
This dramatic daylily was hybridized by one of our own MGs and is a Special
Selections exclusive!  The flower is a 6 inch purple star with white midribs
and a
gleaming eye.  The slight white edge shows up in really hot weather. This
dormant variety blooms mid season.  Height: 28" to 30" Grows best in full
sun, well-drained soil.

neIN, Z5
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, June 19, 2005 8:06 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] another MG sale

> In a message dated 6/18/05 11:21:10 PM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
> << It nothing at all
> like your $18000, but very satisfying to us.  >>
> We only have one sale a year.  We have had major projects this year also.
> the demo garden a 9' wide brick sidewalk was added by one of the MGs son
> took it as an eagle scout project. When I heard how wide it was I thought
> will look strange however it is appropriate.  It was made the width of the
> entrance arbor which is covered with New Dawn climber.  Impressive!  In
> Discovery garden at the fair, an extensive railroad tie retaining wall was
> replaced by a stone wall.  Mardi & Melody you will see this if you attend
the fair
> this year.  We have a new enabling garden which was just dedicated a few
> ago.  Major funds went into this garden which includes a gazebo (teaching
> location), walks, raised beds and of course plants.
>     What color is the daylily?  Other attributes?
>         Ceres
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