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Re: self-sowers

In a message dated 7/3/2004 8:43:23 PM Central Standard Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
Marvel of Peru
Kitty, is that Nicandra?  Small purple blooms with seeds in lantern-like 
containers?  I have it all over the place, but it makes a nice addition to dried 
arrangements in the fall.  I have more volunteers (in the strangest places) 
this year than ever before.  Artemesia annua is everywhere, and I have given 
dozens away.  I also have some little white perennial petunias that come back in 
years when there is a lot of rain.  They smell really good so I will try (using 
a shoehorn no doube) to get some in a bed.  I expect the Monarda, Impatiens 
balsamia, and Physostegia to be everywhere and will apparently be pulling it 
out for a while.  I don't expect to do much today since the heat index is 
predicted to be around 100. When I went out to feed the kitties this morning it felt 
like the humidity is going to rival the temp.  After having had below normal 
temps to date it will be hard to acclimate to our normal summer weather. <LOL>

Happy Fourth, everybody.

zone 7
West TN

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