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Re: report of day

In a message dated 5/20/06 9:22:20 AM, wmorgan972@ameritech.net writes:

> 3 "Texas Rose" Scuttelaria suffrutescens,
> one nice black elephant ear plant in 5 gallon pot, one nice variegated
> fallopia.

Tricia, I have grown other Scuttelaria but not the 'Texas Rose'.   I assume 
this is a gound hugger, too.   I have grown (2) black elephant ears, 
'Illustris' & 'Black Magic'.   I currently have 2 BM which were wintered over.   Sounds 
like a perfect birthday.

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