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Re: heather was: soil types and pH

In a message dated 09/05/2003 1:54:47 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
mtalt@hort.net writes:

> I've been killing Bergenia for years 

Marge, I've grown Bergenia for years in a shady spot. It grows pretty well, 
even spreads a bit, but rarely ever blooms - maybe only every other year.  I 
keep it because the foliage is great for flower arrangements.  I gave a piece to 
a friend who thought it wouldn't do for her because she had no shade - her's 
blooms constantly.  Guess it needs sun.  Auralie

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