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Re: Re: dragonwing

Well, that does sound like a nice potting shed and would be good for
overwintering hardy plants in pots.  

Ain't it nice that lady knows so much she can't take any
advice....think you've done all you can and I'd be prepared to buy in
new ones for next year.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> Actually, the stone potting shed was designed and built by another
MG.  Very
> nice.  The floor of 1/2 of it is several feet below ground. 
Windows east
> and west and (I think) one in the roof. According to this MG, the
hort ed
> did say it would be good for overwintering some things, but I'm
sure he
> didn't mean begonias.
> I relayed to her what I'd found out and she's not interested. 
> probably be buying new ones next year.

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