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RE: Sedum/Hylotelephium


That's a good idea too-  they are pretty easy to start from cuttings aren't
they?  I have one that is taking over the sidewalk and needs some trimming
anyway.

theresa

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
Behalf Of David Franzman
Sent: Saturday, May 03, 2003 9:15 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Sedum/Hylotelephium


How about pelagorniums...uh geraniums!  Virtually indestructable.  I
think my spelling is really taking a southward turn.

DF

Theresa- yahoo wrote:

>Good lord!  Can she bring me a truckload?  (wishful thinking)- I've got to
>figure out something to plant on a slope at my father's new house that can
>live in crappy soil, will get absolutely no care (e.g. drought
resistant)and
>that the jack rabbits won't devour instantly.  I'd love to do daylilies,
but
>thought they'd make a nice lunch for the rabbits.  But, sedum's not a bad
>idea...  Thanks for getting me to thinking.
>
>Theresa
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
>Behalf Of Kitty Morrissy
>Sent: Saturday, May 03, 2003 1:39 PM
>To: Agardenchat; AMaster_Gardeners
>Subject: [CHAT] Sedum/Hylotelephium
>
>
>A visitor to our MG gardens last year said she would be digging her sedum
>to divide this spring and would we like some, there'd be maybe 60 plants,
>she thought.  So I arranged for her to drop them off and we would pot
>some for sale and plant others on the grounds.  Well, she kept 100
>divisions to replant and brought us a truckload.  Then asked if we could
>take 4 more truckloads!  We potted and planted for a few hours this
>morning and will take a second truckload.  The price was right for
>durable plants we can put out where we don't spend a lot of maintenance
>time.  She didn't have a name for this sedum, just said it had lavender
>blooms.  When they bloom this year I'll try to see if I can identify it.
> Kitty
>
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