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Re: Park Seed

In a message dated 1/27/1999 7:46:55 PM Central Standard Time, BBROWNJ@aol.com

<< In a message dated 1/27/99 6:04:33 PM Eastern Standard Time,
 venies.place@cwix.com writes:
 <<  A co-worker and I ordered
  24 spreading chameleon (houttuynia) plants in 2 1/4"pots and will split the
  order. >>
 Be careful, they spread like wildfire and take over, but are pretty.
 Barbara Jones
 Mass >>

Hi all!

Barb is right. Be sure to plant it where it will have plenty of room to
spread. I made the mistake of planting it in a bed of mini daylilies===no more
daylilies, but lots of Houttuynia cordata 'Chameleon.'

Clyde Crockett z5  
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