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Re: Re: CULT: companion plants

I am a gardener who might like a varigated pokeweed.
Poke lives in wetter spots around here.  It will survive about anywhere here, but the seedlings don't get established in the drier areas.  My garden is a drier area..
But I am not going to pay for a pokeweed, varigated or not.  My garden money is for iris, waterlilies, and such.

ChatOWhitehall@aol.com wrote:
In a message dated 1/1/05 7:56:37 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
lmann@volfirst.net writes:

<< Yes indeed. Hard to imagine what kind of climate/gardener would find
variegated pokeweed desirable! >>

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