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Re: variegated foliage

In a message dated 8/31/2003 3:54:44 PM Central Standard Time, 
Aplfgcnys@aol.com writes:

> Does anyone else grow morning glory 'Tie Dye'? 

No, but I am mad for morning glories!  This year I also have Grandpa Ott, 
Scarlett O'Hara (a lovely fuchsia with lime green foliage), some left over 
Heavenly Blue and a gorgeous almost-white pale blue with slightly darker blue 
stripes which has very large flowers.  The last was a freebie from Select Seeds last 
year -- just said it was old-fashioned.  I have them growing all over the 
place.  Here all the houses have very chichi sounding French names.  I named my 
small cottage Fleur du Jour, which is the French word for morning glory.  
Should you have any extra Tie Dye seeds, or know of a source, I'd be very 

zone 7
West TN

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