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Re: Anemonopsis

In a message dated 10/17/2004 5:22:39 PM Central Standard Time,  
jsinger@igc.org writes:

easier  in cool summer areas.

Well, that excludes moi. <LOL> Actually I'm thinking about making  another 
enormous bed connecting some of the large shrubs in my yard.  It  would form a 
walkway.  I know I will have enough seedlings next spring to  fill the world, 
but I don't know if I could afford to increase my mulch order to  20 yards.  I 
pruned the Clerodendrum that I put out two years ago, and  next week I'm 
attacking the giant.  It's just too huge now and is crowding  too many things 
including my Magnolia soulangeana.
zone 7
West TN

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