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Re: now Aconitum and Anemone

    I can not remember seeing that name on an Anemone cultivar before. Will
go back and look through my catalogs once more. Sounds nice. I have A. x
hybrida "Crispa" in pots here and want to locate a good position in my
garden for some of them. The foliage is all ruffled like someone gathered
the edges with needle and thread. All crispy looking. Another short one
under two feet with a bit more than that in spread. I also have A. "Party
Dress" which is a very large bloom in a fluffy and ruffled pink. It is
mid-range at about 3 feet. So many wonder plants in the anemone family.
Never enough money or room for them all.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kitty" <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> Gene, if you like the fall blooming anemones, you should get Bodnant
> Burgundy.  The color is not a real burgundy, sort of a washed out shade,
> much deeper color than any other anemone I've ever seen.  And it stays
> relatively short, I'd guess about 2 feet.  I'll try to post a picture
> Kitty

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