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RE: new purchases

Theresa, I tried a google on your anemone and didn't get a single hit.  I
was just wondering what the species was. Is it what's often called a
Japanese Anemone? they're usually tall and bloom in late-summer to fall
here.  That's what my A. 'Bodnant Burgundy' is.  But you said "little", so
maybe it's short.  You've got me curious as I love all anemones, and it's a
pretty vast genus.  Maybe Gene would know.


> [Original Message]
> From: Theresa- yahoo <tchessie@yahoo.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 2/19/2003 4:47:04 PM
> Subject: RE: [CHAT] new purchases
> Wow Kitty!
> Regarding Anemone- I don't have either of your varieties, but you did
> inspire me to go look at the tag on mine.  I have "harmony orchid" and I
> must say it has really outdone itself.  It has been in constant bloom
> November- right now my one little plant has 6 open blooms and it's
> rose-lavender color looks just stunning with the yellow daffodils that are
> blooming near by.  I am very pleased with this plant I got last summer.
> Judging by the rest of your list- your gardens are going to be more
> beautiful than ever.  Let us know how the Sanguinaria and Phiadelphus
> lewisii work out.  I just love the scent of Mock orange.  I know the
> blooms better with lots of sun.
> Theresa
> Sac, CA
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
> Behalf Of Kitty
> Sent: Wednesday, February 19, 2003 10:08 AM
> To: gardenchat@hort.net
> Subject: [CHAT] new purchases
> Hopefully I'm done shopping. Below are some of my mailorder items. If
> you recognize anything on the list for which you have secrets or stories
> to share, I'd enjoy hearing from you.
> Kitty
> Aconitum arendsii
> Anemone multifida bRubra', ROCKY MOUNTAIN WINDFLOWER
> Anemone bBodnant Burgundy' (autumn flowering)
> Asarum shuttleworthii (Hexastylis)
> Brunnera mac. bVariegata',  SIBERIAN BUGLOSS
> Calycanthus floridus, CAROLINA ALSPICE
> Cyclamen purpurescens
> Cyclamen coum bChristmas Tree',
> Echinacea purpurea bRuby Giant'
> Filipendula kahome,  DWARF MEADOWSWEET
> Geranium bRozanne'
> Heucherella 'Sunspot', FOAMYBELLS
> Heucherella tiarelloides bDayglow Pink', FOAMYBELLS
> Indigofera kirilowii
> Muhlenbergia capillaris, MUHLY GRASS
> Paeonia obovata
> Paeonia japonica, WHITE-FRUITED PEONY
> Papaver rupestris bDbl Tangerine Gem'
> Philadelphus lewisii bSnow Velvet', MOCK ORANGE
> Phlox mac bNatasha', WILD SWEET WILLIAM
> Sanguinaria canadensis bMultiplex', DOUBLE BLOODROOT
> Thermopsis lupinoides
> Viburnum sargentii bOnondaga',
> If you have weeds, you don't have enough plants.
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