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RE: Back to my garden....

I got one last year... (dark leaves white fluffs?). I thought it was a
gonner about late Aug.. wilted, shriveled. Came back this year and its
doing great, although it hasn't bloomed yet.

I am getting a bit aggravated by the size labeling of plants. Some seem
to use the total height with bloom... others base it on the plant

Someone needs to standardize these label systems so I don't have to be
moving plants all the time.... 

Who needs to look stuff up in books instead of relying on labels!

> Nice list Kitty.
> I bought a Cimicifuga "Brunette" this spring. Beautiful dark burgandy
> stems
> & foliage. Bloom spike is developing so I'll be able to see that soon.
> Plant
> isn't a lot larger than it was in the pot, but looks healthy.

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