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RE: Heuchera...'Dolce Peach Melba'

Ahh... I probably just interpreted it wrong.... it was a long day after
a long week....

For some reason I never seem to have time in the fall for any planting.
If it is not a fall perennial type plant.. it is not here.

Where it is raining (read pouring) again..... hoping for a dry weekend
so I can get some things done.

> 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
> box stores.  The fall sale was to encourage some variety in plantings
> use of some plants that will work as well as mums and pansies or with
> and pansies for greater interest.  These same plants are planted in
> Trial Gardens in the fall.  When they come for the sale, they see the
> 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
> surprised.
> I mowed on Wednesday and picked a handful of raspberries...very
> for
> this area but not unusual for the past few years due to the warmer
> winters.
> Bonnie ETN Zone 7

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