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Re: Actaea

> From: Chris@widom-assoc.com
> I got Actaea James Compton as well. It needs to be planted still. 
> going in a bed where I'm using maroon and peach. I had that dark
> new annual grass some of us grew in that spot (Purple Moor Grass?),
> I don't see any seedlings as of yet.

Not Kitty, Chris, but I think you'll like 'James Compton'.  This is
the 3rd year in the garden for mine and it looks like they're gonna
get big enough to bloom this year.  Nice plants...and your color
combos sound very nice...it will be pix time in your garden soon!

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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