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Re: Too beautiful

Hi, Glen,

Wish all were raked up here!

Sisyrinchum grows wild in my hay fields.  To my dismay I found that it cannot
be cut for bouquets: it promptly wilts and does not recover.  I have grown it
from seed, which was not difficult; keeping the plants alive once planted out

You might consider obtaining seed, sowing several seeds per cell, in a sharply
draining medium, and planting out these plugs rather than trying to plant
individual plants like I did.

Hope someone else can be more helpful.

Viktoria, on her way back out to screw work...
Glenbrook Farm

----- Original Message -----
From: "Glen Williams" <gw1944@vermontel.net>
To: <hosta-open@hort.net>; <thehostaforum@thegardensite.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2007 8:05 AM
Subject: Too beautiful

> Greetings Fellow HJosta Folk:
> It's too beautiful not to e-mail (and I have an ulterior motive too.)
> All is raked here. The pips are up but there is nothing unfurled. Got sun
> burned yesterday working outside. We have our own hole in the ozone over my
> little village. HAve registered for First Look in Conn - easy access this
> year. As I type this I swear I am watching the shadowson the lawn take mass
> as tree buds unfurl. Magnolias about to let go of their blossoms.
> A Plea for non hosta information. Am looking for lots of blue eyed grass.
> Any source I have found have been sold out. I discovered , despite debate
> in the past, that it is a realtive of the iris. I lust for the plant this
> spring.
> In any event may you all spend the day in your gadren. Screw work.   glen
> O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!' He chortled in his joy..........
> Glen Williams
> 20 Dewey St.
> Springfield , Vermont
> 05156
> Tel: 802-885-2839
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