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RE: more plants- where to put them...

You didn't actually BELIEVE you'd walk out with only two plants, did you? Of
course not. But by telling yourself you would only get two, you at least had
that sense of "I need to stop" and so limited the number of things you
really did buy. Your plan worked well. 


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Theresa
Sent: Sunday, April 09, 2006 6:53 PM
To: GardenChat
Subject: [CHAT] more plants- where to put them...

Hi all-

I went to the CalHort plant sale today (Now called Specialty Nursary 
Plant Sale) and thought maybe I'd get 1-2 plants.  As most of you know, 
I have no room to put anything else in my garden, and in fact am now 
regularly digging things out and giving them away as other plants get 
larger and need more space.  Soooooo- my great plan failed miserably, 
and of course I brought home far more than 1-2 plants.  Here's what I got:

Crimun sp.
Choisya t. Aztec Pearl
Chusquea culeo
Albutilon pictum Tompsonii
Berberis darwinii
Yellow calla lily
Papaver commutatum "Lady bird"
Nemophilia menziesii "Baby Blue"
Coreopsis tinctoria radiata "Tiger Sun"
Sophora longicarinata

I'll see if I can find some link with picture on them to send next.

It was a fun day and I'm really happy with the Albutilon and Chusquea 
(bamboo).  The crinum was a steal- in a 5 gallon pot for $9.


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