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RE: weather

Maybe Kitty can help cause I am not near any reference material... but
around here there are two version of this common name...and my mind is
not awake to remember the botanical names....

The taller on (12-18inches) and a ground cover that gets about 6 inches
tall... the ground cover is bend on world domination here, so think
before you plant that sucker!


> Jesse: If we're thinking of the same Snow on the Mountain, I have all
> you can possibly want, too. Got a picture of what you want to confirm
> it's the same plant?
> Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

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