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Re: Catchup now impending Frost

In a message dated 5/16/04 11:02:35 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

<< 25 of Hypericum moseranum 'Tri-Color'. >>

Kitty, I love that one.  I saw it about 3 yrs ago at a nursery on the east 
side of the Mississippi betwn Dubuque & Davenport.  It is a zone 6 plant so I 
had to resist.  I have a couple of other Hypericums.  One I just purchased for a 
trough.  I will look at the variety.  I have this new, great, unexplained 
love for yellow at the present which placed blue in 2nd place??  Goes with my 
yellow house, yellow kitchen, and yellow garden room  

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