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RE: todays problem

Well if this one doesn't make it, doubt any others would. There is a daylily
farm south of here that also has common perennials cheap. They sell starts
of these for a buck a piece. (it would cost more to mail them!)

All I know is it wouldn't even cover a 5 ft fence so it must have something
to do with climate since Pam's neighbor's is taking over the house!


> I think, after vigilant pulling of shoots popping up all over over a
> period
> of years, I have finally eradicated the Campsis radicans that grew on my
> southeast corner arbor.  The first trumpet vine I got was C. x tagliabuana
> 'Mdme. Galen', which is still growing against the brick of my east wall.
> I
> think the minimal sunshine keeps it in check to some degree, but early on
> I
> had shoots coming up right and left of it.  If I have any shoots come up
> from either that have any kind of a root system attached this year, I'll
> send them on to you.
> Kitty

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