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Re: YT&T Viola

Thanks for sharing this.  This sounds like so much fun for the  children, and 
what a lovely way for them to get an introduction to  gardening.  I'm curious 
to see if this YT&T Viola grows here.  Of  course I would have to plant it 
now, since all Violas, petunias, etc. are  winter plants here.  Will have to 
check around locally, if not get seeds  for next year.  Jim did you know about 
this plant in your area??  If  you all can grow it, we should too.
Thanks again Ceres.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 11/3/2006 11:03:08 AM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Noreen,  several 1st grade classes visit the greenhouse each year and each
student  receives a YTT viola and the children make thank you cards which  we
in the greenhouse.   The teacher must ask them to  state their favorite thing
about the greenhouse.   They are so  fun & the spelling is often so
The children very  often return with their mothers to purchase more YTTs.

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