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Re: Loraine Sunshine

In fact - As I worked out there yesterday, I noticed that Loraine was in
shade at 3pm.  It is in an open setting, nothing above it, but there is a
Maple tree situated south of it that casts shade.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Marge Talt" <mtalt@hort.net>Subject: Re: [CHAT] Loraine Sunshine

> No kidding?  Well, I might be able to muster up some half sun or late
> afternoon sun....hmmmm...thanks, Kitty

> > From: Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> > Loraine Sunshine should have full sun, but we have some at the
> display
> > gardens potted up for the sale next month in half shade that seem
> to be
> > doing just fine.  I just looked at mine now and it is in dappled
> shade, but
> > later will today get more sun.

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