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RE: Plans for today


Think I was a tad impulsive on my purchases... Need to find the time to
figure out just how big they are going to get here. Any clue? Of course
there is no problem with the iris or geranium... but the others...

Donna


> -----Original Message-----
> Behalf Of Chapel Ridge Wal Mart National Hearing Center
> 
> NIce choices, Donna.
> ----- Original Message -----

> >. Picked up a cutleaf
> > lilac, low-grow sumac, fancy geranium, and a pink iris for the pond. All
> of
> > them just struck me as interesting, now where to plant them is another
> > story.
> >
> > Donna

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