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Re: Viola 'Dancing Geisha


Libby,
Since you're zone 6, too, I venture to suggest that the north side of any
larger shrub or clumping plant could be considered dappled shade. Works
here.
Judy B
z 6 Idaho
From: "Libby Valentine" <LVALENTINE@WORKINGCONCEPTS.COM>
... This is an experiment for me - I've always loved violas (run of the mill
> Johnny Jump-ups) and the (I think) native violets, so I thought I'd try a
> cultivated variety.  I don't know if I'll put them in containers or maybe
> just find a spot for them, though dappled shade is in short supply.  I
don't
> have the catalog with me but I think it said they may spread slowly -
slowly
> sounds like an exaggeration from Kitty's experience!
> Libby
> Maryland zone 6

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