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Re: sedum silliness
  • Subject: Re: sedum silliness
  • From: james singer <>
  • Date: Sat, 23 Oct 2010 14:16:25 -0700

I'd forgotten all about toad lilies. Love them, the ugly little suckers. They should grow here, right? Think I'll try to find some.

On Oct 23, 2010, at 2:56 PM, Kitty wrote:

I had to have a seious talk with my October Daphne the other day. It's nearly November and she hadn't opened her buds yet. But today she just started to perk up and some buds are open.

Annuals giving a last hurrah include cosmos, nicotiana, and moss rose. Perrenials looking good now include toadlilies, Eupatorium Chocolate, some lovely fall crocus. Also my spring-planted Pacific Chrysanthemums have lots of buds. Hope they open soon.

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