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RE: Sedum/Hylotelephium

Good lord!  Can she bring me a truckload?  (wishful thinking)- I've got to
figure out something to plant on a slope at my father's new house that can
live in crappy soil, will get absolutely no care (e.g. drought resistant)and
that the jack rabbits won't devour instantly.  I'd love to do daylilies, but
thought they'd make a nice lunch for the rabbits.  But, sedum's not a bad
idea...  Thanks for getting me to thinking.


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
Behalf Of Kitty Morrissy
Sent: Saturday, May 03, 2003 1:39 PM
To: Agardenchat; AMaster_Gardeners
Subject: [CHAT] Sedum/Hylotelephium

A visitor to our MG gardens last year said she would be digging her sedum
to divide this spring and would we like some, there'd be maybe 60 plants,
she thought.  So I arranged for her to drop them off and we would pot
some for sale and plant others on the grounds.  Well, she kept 100
divisions to replant and brought us a truckload.  Then asked if we could
take 4 more truckloads!  We potted and planted for a few hours this
morning and will take a second truckload.  The price was right for
durable plants we can put out where we don't spend a lot of maintenance
time.  She didn't have a name for this sedum, just said it had lavender
blooms.  When they bloom this year I'll try to see if I can identify it.

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