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RE: now garden railroad plants- lavendula officinalis question

Yep, we get a few magazine, but fine most are not for this zone! Ever
check out Rich's foxwillows ( I hope that is the name, in Woodstock,
IL). Found some great zone 5 plants there for the train... Also by
Linda's town...outside Cincinnati.. another garden center that
specializes for trains amongst other great plants. Going to go back
there sometime this summer.

I used to be afraid to prune, not anymore! Learned to make those
scraggly DIY store evergreens into something respectable. Figured I
better practice on the cheap stuff :)

Are you planning on attending the 2005 garden railroad convention...
guess who's club is sponsoring it :)  And yep, plans are already
underway for it!


> Hi Donna--I do have a garden railroad, you are right, it is difficult
> think in that scale.  I subscribe to "Garden Railroader" and they have
> nice section on real plants for your railroad.  I tend to take their
> advice,
> since I'm a bear of little brain, to quote one of my favorite
> philosophers,
> Winnie the Pooh.  Rich in -9 tonite temps in Z-5

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