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Re: today in the garden

Ok- so I think the one that isn't growing much is  Hypericum 'Albury Purple'



Can't seem to find anything like the lime green one.

Theresa wrote:

> Well- life has finally settled enough to get outside in the garden 
> today!  Had lots of things I wanted to re-arrange, prune, weed. etc.  
> I didn't get even half of what needed to be done, but ran out of steam 
> around 4 pm.  Man, it's been months since I've been outside and I 
> certainly can feel it.  I'm going to be sore tomorrow- sort of like i 
> usually am at the beginning of spring!
> Anyway, I did get a bunch of things moved to places they will be 
> happier or have more room.  I need to move a tall grass (can't 
> remember what it is), and figure out what to do with one of the St. 
> John's wort plants I have.  I've got one that is a lime green color 
> and another that has dark reddish coloring to the leaves.  The reddish 
> one just isn't growing well- not sure why.  Got them both at the same 
> time,  they are near each other in the garden, and the lime green one 
> is doing great.  Any suggestions?
> Theresa
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