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Re: Black Mondo Grass

Thanks, Ceres, I know she's had it in the past, but didn't have it
last year; have not checked her web site yet this year...yikes!  More
plants I'll want....sigh.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Cersgarden@aol.com
> Thank you all for your input regarding Mondo grass.  I think I will
> for another plant for our MG project but I do think I will look for
a plant for 
> my garden or a container.
>     Marge, Singing Springs has had Lime Zinger in the past.  Pam
does not 
> have her 05' web site or catalog available yet but has said it
would be available 
> early Jan.
>     Great conversation on this plant!
>         Ceres

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