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RE: Heuchera...'Dolce Peach Melba'

No, I guess I just didn't make myself clear.  Many people in this area only
garden in the late spring and summer.  A few more put in fall items. 
However, there are many plants that can give color and interest in the late
fall, winter and early spring besides the mums and pansies you see in the
box stores.  The fall sale was to encourage some variety in plantings and
use of some plants that will work as well as mums and pansies or with mums
and pansies for greater interest.  These same plants are planted in the
Trial Gardens in the fall.  When they come for the sale, they see the beds
and can also purchase the plants.   I have been planting fall leaf lettuce,
kale, bok choy, spinach, broccoli, and kale for the past few years and when
I tell people they can grow a fall veggie garden they are usually very

I mowed on Wednesday and picked a handful of raspberries...very unusual for
this area but not unusual for the past few years due to the warmer winters.
Bonnie ETN Zone 7

> [Original Message]
> From: Donna <justme@prairieinet.net>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 10/28/2004 9:18:54 PM
> Subject: RE: [CHAT] Heuchera...'Dolce Peach Melba'
> If I am reading this right.....?!?
> The trial gardens are telling folks to buy such and such a plant knowing
> they might not make it? I hope they are informing folks of that.
> Weather is not bad here either...hope it holds on for a few more
> weekends.
> Donna
> > The Trial Garden where I volunteer had their fall sale...they decided
> to
> > push a lot of the proven winners to get people to plant for fall,
> winter
> > and early spring.  If we have winters like the last few, pansies,
> violas,
> > snapdragons, and sweet peas can often make it thought the winter.
> They
> > were showing them with kale, leaf lettuce and other winter vegs.
> > 
> > It is so warm that I mowed yesterday and picked a handful of
> > raspberries!!!
> > My cosmos and zinnias that I have been deadheading are coming up and
> > trying
> > to bloom.  Can't believe this weather!!!
> > Bonnie ETN Zone 7
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