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Re: hoping for spring soon

I tried a Gaura many years ago, but it was such a terrible bug (can't recall
which bug) magnet and nothing I did would get rid of them, so I yanked it
out.  But other people here seem to grow them easily and without problems so
I bought one last fall.  I'll look forward to seeing if it survived.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2004 9:17 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] hoping for spring soon

> Melody, we, too, had rain off and on all day yesterday however a total of
> only .2 but it seem to clean the lawn up and reduced the snow.
>     Does gaura winter over for you?  It has become an annual in my garden.
> have placed in different locations without luck.
>     Enjoyed your photos and look forward to viewing your garden.  I need
> do a better job of photographing my garden and invest in a digital camera.
> is amazing the technical progress and how it has affected my life.  14 yrs
> when we calculated retirement we included cost of living additives, health
> care issues but had no vision for internet, cell phones, inhome phone
> digital camera, etc.
>     Ceres
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