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Re: Flame Stitch

Ray and all,
This year I moved my Flame Stitch (after i almost lost it) from a drier patch 
of ground to a new garden where it is black dirt and compost. 
I think it might get a bit more sunshine now, I don't think it was getting 
any sun before. 
It went from just a few leaves to a new flush of leaves. They have doubled in 
the 4 weeks it has been there. 
Wish I could send a picture. I don't belong to the pix. And we are not 
supposed to send pictures...if you would like to see it email me and I will 
send to you.

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