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Re: pics for you

In a message dated 1/7/06 9:54:53 PM, gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

> Bougainvillea hanging baskets is a good choice

I have a variegated Bougainvillea that I have had for many, many yrs.   It 
was one of the first tropicals I purchased that I wintered over.   It has a nice 
strong rose color bloom.   The challenge I have had was trying to move it 
outdoors from inside & vice versa without it losing all its foliage.   It has 
always redressed itself with new foliage, however. I had a professional 
nurseryman tell me it always happen to him also.   Do you ever move yours indoors, Jim?

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