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Re: lotus

Hmmm.....for one season???  Not sure that is even worth it  then.  Lotus 
usually take some time to get established to  bloom....definitely not one season, 
unless you purchase the Lotus already  established in a container.  This would 
definitely be a waste of money,  since these Lotus are usually much more 
expensive....way too much to spend for  one season.
Perhaps they mean a terrestrial Lotus.....not the Nelumbo.  
Just my opinion...
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 2/19/2006 11:02:43 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Thanks  Noreen, I've never gotten interested in these because of my climate 
and  the fact that I don't water garden.  I'm sure these will get big but not 
ttoo much as we'll only have them one season - this group will not attempt  
to save them next fall.  Just trying to get them what they are asking  for.

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