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Re: weeds

In a message dated 06/02/2007 3:25:25 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
holmesbm@usit.net writes:

oooh...I would love yellow foxglove...sounds beautiful.  I have some dry
shade that always gives me problems in deciding what to plant.  I have
added a lot of mulch in the middle of tree groups to make a bed...this
helps...also, have found some ferns that do ok in dry with periodic wet. 
And, Helleborus does well.

I'd be glad to send you some seeds later this summer.  Do I have
your address somewhere?  Maybe you'd better send it to me offlist.

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