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Ok- lets help Chris out.... YO! Jim- Chris- ALL

Island Jim... need you to 'fix' the verbiage, punctuation, etc... and send
to Chris... 

Loraine Sunshine:

No garden is complete without this gem. From spring time the variegated
leaves present a bright glowing area which can accent spring blooms placed
in front of them.  Mid summer, this plant's blooms take center stage and
emerge into a beautiful yellow mound that never stops blooming well into
late fall.

Although I bought this plant initially for the variegated leaves, the
flowers are massive bunches of yellow splendor. It is located in a front
garden island with good drainage, eastern sun exposure, and definitely is
one that those who pass by stop to check out.  

Ok gang- pick a plant that doesn't have a description and you grow.... might
give Chris some ideas for it.... and if you are not a writer (like me),
hopefully someone else will 'fix' it. LOL!


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