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Re: weeds, plants and the weekend/ I'm back!

Got home from San Diego Thursday evening and am playing "catch  
up" (309 messages to go!).  Prepping the garden for  a tour on 3 June  
- told the organizers that folks better not be expecting Versailles!  
I have two bottlebrush buckeyes and one mutant. They like part shade,  
as in edge of the woods locations, and moisture. Otherwise, pretty  
adaptable as to soils. They are slow to develop, so patience is  
required (mine have been in the ground for 5 years and they still  
don't resemble those at the Governor's Mansion in Springfield (not  
that he ever sees them!).
My condolences to Zem on the loss of her cats - I know how she feels.  
and congrats to Jesse on the grandbaby!!

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On May 21, 2006, at 7:13 PM, Donna wrote:

> So what did everyone do this weekend?  Since I am 50 something and  
> not 30
> something, didn't get as much done as Theresa and Cyndi do...:)
> Anyone grow a bottlebrush bush (Aesculus parviflora)? It didn't  
> seem to like
> it by the fence, so I moved it a few weeks ago... seems to be  
> lacking, but
> might be getting used to it's new home. What does this bush like?
> Donna
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