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Re: Tattoo and Emboirdery

NardaA@aol.com wrote:

> Embroidery is hard to kill, I have seen it eaten by the rabbits, in full sun,
> and endure drought. Mind you not all at the same time. It is very hardy.
> Tattoo, I would probably put in a pot and give it lots of attention

Thanks Narda. I potted them both, but now I feel brave enough to plant
'Embroidery' in the ground. I had planned to plant 'Tattoo' next to 'Little
Aurora' and 'Little Sunspot' since they are "related" and look good together,
but will wait a bit.


Kristi A. Groberg, Ph.D.

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