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Re: names/markers

What a truly wonderful idea, indeed.  Love it!  Thanks for sharing!
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 8/8/2003 7:50:07 AM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> Hello Melody,
> We picked out flat rocks from the millions that seemed to live in my 
> garden area that the size would be the proper contrast to the plant- 
> very small rocks for small plants etc.'.
> After cleaning the smoothest side they were then painted with a white 
> background &painted with a good grade of exterior paint - a likeness 
> for the color &type of flower &listed both scientific name &common 
> name. They do look quite nice &tell both me &others who wonder what 
> the plant is. Seems to me to look a bit better than upright markers. 
> Just an idea I came up with.

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