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RE: Re: plants... the last of them for this year....

This sounds wonderful!..... will have to give some thought since it can
be displayed like that.


> My Lespedeza by the end of the summer should be about 5' tall with a
> spread of at least that.  It is a glorius plant in bloom.  Mine is
> showcased by itself.  We've put in a small stone seating area on a
> that is backed by another rise in the ground where we've installed a
> stone retaining wall, into which we've integrated some architectural
> elements rescued from a demolition site.  The Lespedeza is planted
> behind that wall so that it can arc up and drape over.  Quite nice, it
> do say so myself.
> Lynda
> Zone 7 - West TN

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