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Re miniature annuals

Dear brethren and sistren - 

Quote "those small petunias that bloom like crazy and never need deadheading"
endquote - I know there was some discussion of these late last fall - "
"Purple Wave" was mentioned, and I believe there are other colors - I saw them
at WFF but it was too late in the season to purchase annuals.  If  any of you
can help me out, I would appreciate a little more info.

Same for the small impatiens  which have been mentioned as an attractive
underplanting for our hostas - I have thoroughly enjoyed doing waves of color
in fairly heavy shade  with the regular size impatiens and wonder if the color
range of the small ones is as comprehensive.  

This is undoubtedly the most beautiful season of the year - mud and all!  I've
oiled the tools and the checkbook, my back is still feeling super after a
season off - and this year my garden will be the epitome of perfection!

Betty Barrows
Kinderhook, NY Zone 5  
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