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Re: Achillea question

In a message dated 08/07/2003 9:34:39 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
wmorgan972@ameritech.net writes:

> I think that must be the plant I just got from my daughter,
> Tzeitel, at her house.  According to the following site, it doesn't like wet
> feet:

Thanks, Bonnie.  That's the one.  I think maybe I'll give it one more try 
next year, because I really like it. I know it doesn't "stand out", but my club 
specializes in miniature flower shows and this small plant is perfect both for 
horticulture and use in designs.  And I thought it would make a nice edging 
for my sunny border.  Oh well, as they say, "If at first you don't succeed, you 
must have done something wrong."

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