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Re: Wedding flower.....YT&T

Noreen, my garden club grew this as a challenge class for a flower
show several years ago.  It is a very attractive plant, and pretty easy,
too. I believe we got the seeds from Johnny's, but I'm not sure.

In a message dated 10/31/2006 11:49:27 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
TeichFlora@aol.com writes:
There is a Viola called  "Yesterday, Today & 
Tomorrow'\"  which actually changes color with maturity  from purple  to 
lavender and then
white??   I've never heard of  this.  There is an evergreen shrub 
(Brunfelsia) used in landscaping  here often with that common name, and it 
has blooms 
that change...hence the  name.  Had no idea there was a Viola that changes 
as well.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

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