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Re: Aloha Even


Woo!  Thanks!

The Agastaches are nice!  I don't have any!  I may take you up
on the Hyssop at some point.  I have always wanted some for myself :).

-s

On Sat, Nov 12, 2005 at 05:03:27PM +0000, kmrsy@netzero.com wrote:
> Welcome Stitch!
> I don't know if you're into mailordering plants, but sometimes that's
> the best or only way to find what you are wishing for - or even to
> figure out what you want to put on that wish list. One terrific catalog
> is High Country Gardens
> 
> http://www.highcountrygardens.com/
> Type hummingbird or butterfly into their search field and they'll give
> you suggestions of plants they carry. They have a wonderful collection
> of Agastaches (Hummingbird Mints)
> 
> Another nice site is Sunlight Gardens in TN
> http://www.highcountrygardens.com/
> scroll to the bottom of their home page for links to their butterfly and hummingbird plants.
> I just collected seed from Agastache rugosa if you're interested.
> 
> Kitty
> Zone 5, neIN
> 
> -- Karen Fernsler <kmwos@korora.com> wrote:
> Hiya Everyone!
> 
> My name is Karen (a.k.a. "Stitch"), and I'm a plant-a-holic in 
> Central Illinois zone 5b.  
> 
> Primarily I have been growning butterfly and hummingbird magnets
> with some success, but we have a postage stamp sized yard.
> 
> We are in the process of looking for a new home with more space
> for, well, everything.  I'm trying to create a wishlist.
> 
> I figure we'll have to take part of the Lonicera x heckrotti
> (I'm fond of fragrant plants, too) !
> 
> Any other suggestions?
> 
> thanks,
> -stitch
> 
> 
> -- 
> 
> -----------
> A friend of mine is into Voodoo Acupuncture.  You don't have to go.  
> You'll just be walking down the street, and... Ooooohhhhhh, that's much 
> better... 
> 
> 		 -Steven Wright
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