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Re: native prairie plants
  • Subject: Re: native prairie plants
  • From: james singer <inlandjim1@q.com>
  • Date: Sun, 16 May 2010 16:31:02 -0700

Yeah... I agree, Donna. Lots of natives look good in the unkempt native--beside the road, in the open field, on the margin of a woodlot--but are a disappointment in the neatness of a garden.

On May 16, 2010, at 3:12 PM, Donna wrote:

I must say tho.... natives have their place in this world, and there isn't anything more attractive than a field in blooms.... but I found a single area in a small yard sometimes leaves it looking weedy rather than breath taking.


Inland Jim
Willamette Valley

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