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Re: Opinion time

In a message dated 5/9/05 3:26:01 PM, 4042N15@nationalhearing.com writes:

<< We lost all our Tricolor Hypericum, Leptodermis, and

Vitex. >>

Kitty, I tried Tricolor again last yr after losing one.  I covered it with a 
rose cone for the winter and it made it.  It is located in the front, north 
side, where it gets the harsh NW winds.  I just purchased Leptodermis for myself 
& a neighbor.  Thanks for the information.

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