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RE: Cosos & Hibiscus Combo

Jesse, they do seem made for each other, don't they!  That is very
attractive, Jesse!  

I just planted a red hibiscus and an anise hyssop in the North side drive
border this morning after clearing the rest of the mulch off the driveway
into the bed between the Tulip tree and the plum tree.  There are lots of
reds, pinks, yellows and whites in the area where it is currently planted,
so I'm hoping it all works together (20-25' x 7' at the widest.)  I had to
take advantage of the lower temps this morning.  It will be in the 90's
again they say by mid-week.  We had lots of rain this weekend, so I'm not
too worried about the new plants and they are predicting more late this
week.  We'll see.

Also saw that one of my betony plants put out the most delicate little white
blossom.  I may need Kitty's help to identify it.  I'll try to get out and
get a photo later today.

Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Jesse Rene Bell
Sent: Monday, July 24, 2006 10:57 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: [CHAT] Cosos & Hibiscus Combo

Cosos & Hibiscus Combo
Bonnie M. and those that wanted to see this...I took a picture this morning
of my purple hibiscus and my purple cosmos (and my purple coneflower is in
there too but you can't see it very well because the cosmos have become so
big and tall). It's a small little garden area that really packs a LOT of
color and fills out an area nicely. (My hibiscus has tons of buds on it but
only a few were opened this morning).


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