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Re: This Year's Orders

Lu Treadway wrote:

> What I'd like to know is what three plants did you receive that this year
> that just "Wow'd" you, and why.

1) 'June'--inadvertently planted it next to a teal green birdbath, then was
stunned to see its chartreuse and teal leaves scream out from the bed. Just

2) 'On Stage'--jumps right out at the viewer from the bed of all blue hostas.

3) 'Chartreuse Wiggles'--looked so frail coming out of the packing, then took
off and appears to be multiplying like little spiders in its corner of the

Kris G. (lived in Decatur for many years)
Fargo (Zone 3b)

--Kristi A. Groberg, Ph.D.

"Things are more like they are now than they ever were before."~~Dwight D.

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