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Re: What looks better than a hosta?

  • Subject: Re: What looks better than a hosta?
  • From: Rogers <rogers4@ix.netcom.com>
  • Date: Sun, 29 Apr 2001 20:09:20 -0400

I carry them at my place west of Chicago - but I don't ship either.

Floyd Rogers
At 06:45 AM 4/29/01 -0400, you wrote:
This plant is called Gold heart and I love mine.  I went to get a second one
this year  and they are still expensive. But awesome in the garden and a
great grower.  I have it in a prominent location.  I've been told it is easy
to divide dicentras, but it will be a couple of years before I feel safe to
touch it.  The Essentially English garden on SR35 in Jamestown OH  has large
ones for $20, but he does not ship..... They are stunning!

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