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RE: Plant Police

Go for the part shade Kitty... Mine are much happier with some shade than in
that blazing sun heating them up all day. Last few days they were wilty by
the time I got home- perked up with some water, but.....


> Tags can be very deceiving.  Since they are written to cover just about
> any
> plance in the country, the information may not be accurate.  Like
> Hydrangeas.  I planted my lovely Lilacina in shade because that's what you
> do with Hydrangeas, right?  Well, sure if you have sun like they do in
> Georgia.  But up here they can go in full -part sun.  If I'd done that I
> might have gotten flowers more than just the one year.  Gotta move it.
> Kitty

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