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Re: Anybody?

Whew!  U gad ab awful sinking feeling when I had absolutely no email from this
list when I looked early this morning.
We just got back from Fall Conference - sorry to say not the best we've ever 
had - in fact, downright disappointing - but it was good to see everyone.
Fall is definitely here - colors are beginning to turn and the little wild 
are all around.  I don't weed them out of hedges and the edges of beds 
because I do love them in the fall.  There are so many different ones, and 
none of them seem to exactly match the ones in the Peterson's Guide..
The ones I love best have hundreds of teensy flowers set very thickly on
very bushy stems.  A. lateriflorus looks most like it, but my plants are much
bushier than the illustration.  Sometimes they are a pale blue, but usually 

My Morning Glory 'Tie Dye' did not begin to bloom until a couple of weeks
ago - 'Grampa Ott' and the gone-to-seed ones in the garden had been blooming
all summer - but once it got started it is making quite a show.  Don't know
what took it so long.  It had made a massive vine up the side of the 
but I had decided it wasn't going to bloom.

I'm glad to see somebody is still out there.

In a message dated 09/25/2004 11:15:28 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
Well, at least you and I know it works!

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Zemuly@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2004 9:56 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Anybody?

> Yours is the only CHAT e-mail I had.
> zem

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