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Re: MG Southease Regional Conference

In a message dated 9/9/2003 1:37:52 PM Central Standard Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

> Zem,
> And how are YOUR zinnias?

Don't do many annuals; so I don't have any zinnias this year. :-(  I've not 
only cleaned the Bermuda out of one bed, I also cleaned up the curly spearmint 
and the Lariope spicata, which had jumped its barrier.  Of course that was the 
smallest bed of all.  Don't know when/if I'll ever finish the cleanup this 
year.  BTW, the Clerodendrum trichotomum has now grown to over 20' tall and over 
15' wide.  It's a monster, but it's beautiful right now being covered with 
those bright seeds and still blooming at the tippy top.  What a magnet for 
butterflies and hummers it is!

zone 7
West TN

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