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Re: Spring is here!

In a message dated 04/03/2003 9:07:21 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenqueen@gbronline.com writes:


When I was at Walmart today I got a bunch of white wave petunias to put 
around some roses I put next to where my neighbors are putting in a new 
picket fence.  I moved two of the roses, David Austin "Colette," (a huge mama 
and a baby), and they are doing beautifully.  I always kill alyssum because I 
forget to water it enough in the summer -- anyway, it always disappears so I 
thought I'd try the petunias because they don't mind the heat of the neglect 
that's sure to come.  I know they'll at least get watered weekly because 
that's how often I soak the roses.  We'll see how it turns out.

Kitty, I was delighted to hear of your Bergenia success.  It gives me hope 
that they really do have flowers like the ones in the pictures.  I was 
beginning to believe they were foliage only, and the flowers were just 
fiction. :-) My heartiest congratulations!

zone 7
West TN

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