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Re: what's this - a gardening question?

I've grown several Delphiniums over the years and don't recall a problem
with volunteers at all.  Added D. belladonna this year.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2003 7:51 PM
Subject: [CHAT] what's this - a gardening question?

> I have never really been into delphiniums. They were always OK, but for
> some reason never made it into the cart -- so to speak.
> Anyways, last year I added some. They are not the fancy varieties, just
> some purple and blue ones (duh, I can't remember the names and am too
> lazy to go outside, hot and humid). Didn't want to buy the pricy ones
> till I was sure they would like it here.
> Anyways.. never got around to dead heading with everything going on
> here, and noticed that they appear to be setting seeds... Am I going to
> regret this? Will I have thousands of them next year? Should I run out
> there and cut them all off before more hit the ground? Are they all
> going to be the same color next year (as in a columbine)
> Comments and thoughts folks?
> Donna

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