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Re: Lazy S'S Farm Nursery


Auralie,
I finally had a chance to look at it myself.  I was looking for a Heuchera
and came across:
Helleborus x Hybridus  --  Perennial Plant of the Year 2004
I think they jumped the gun -- that's the one for 2005!

Kitty

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Aplfgcnys@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2004 5:13 PM
Subject: [CHAT] Lazy S'S Farm Nursery


> Thanks to the person who recommended this as a source of herb plants -
> probably Marge.  They came yesterday, and are very nice plants,
beautifully packed.
> They were a little pricey, but quite well worth it.  The Berggarten Sage
> plants are nice and bushy.  The Purpurea Sage is nicely colored.  The
Rosemary
> 'Blue Spire' is small, but very full and healthy looking.  I will put the
> Berggarten Sage in a large pot with a  Tricolor Sage and a couple of
different
> thymes.  The Purpurea is so nice-looking that I may have to promote
another large
> pot for it - I'm beginning to fill up all my large pots that make up the
> container garden in my breezeway.  Had a man come and help move the big
pots of
> things I had been wintering indoors out today - they're just too heavy for
DH these
> days.  I may have to call an end to keeping things over the winter, but
I'll
> worry about that later.  It's really nice to see the container garden
shaping
> up.  It's a bit early - the sure frost-free date isn't until Memorial Day
> weekend, but we've been having weather in the upper  80s and low 90s this
week, so
> I'm taking the chance.  I know, famous last words...
> Auralie
>
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