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Re: what is WITH this weather!


Here is the list:
Shrubs:
	Aesculus parviflora
	Baccharis halimifolia
	Callicarpa japonica
	Chaemomeles japonica
	Deutzis gracillis
	Fothergilla gardenii
	Hydrangea quercifolia
	Hydrangea paniculata
	Hydrangea macrophylla
	Kerria japonica
	Myrica pensylvanica
	Parrotia persica
	Physocarpus opulifolius
	Rhus aromatica
	Sambucus canadensis
	Syringa macrophylla
	Syringa patula 'Miss Kim'
	Vaccinium corymbosum
	Viburnum
	Xanthorhiza simplicissima

Trees
	Acer griseum
	Amalanchier
	Cersis canadensis
	Cladastrus kentuke
	Cornus kousa
	Hamamelis vernalis/Hamelis virginiana
	Fagus grandiflora
	Heptacodium micronoides
	Larix laricina
	
On Mar 4, 2007, at 9:01 AM, Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

In a message dated 3/4/07 8:18:59 AM, cathy.c@insightbb.com writes:


We had classes on creating rain gardens, raised bed gardening,
underused and unusual trees and shrubs, growing and using herbs,
beginning vegetable gardening, herb butters and breads, heirloom
tomatoes, coleus, designing a perennial garden, perennials for a
tropical look, and body smart gardening.


Cathy, sounds like an event I would attend.   What were some of the
'underused & unusual trees & shrubs?
     The sun is brightly shining this morning and little wind!
     Ceres


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