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Re: Re:       Re: Minis

  • Subject: Re: Re:       Re: Minis
  • From: Brenda Archer <leocat25@COX.NET>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 20:22:25 -0800

Jim Z in San Diego trains his plant on a tomato cage turned upside down in
the pot with the sharp ends wired together in a point at the top.  It makes
a lovely cone-shaped topiary that looks great with tiny decorations at


----- Original Message -----
From: <Akbehn@AOL.COM>
Sent: Thursday, March 18, 2004 5:29 PM
Subject: Re:       Re: Minis

> Judy,
>     I really like French Lace also.   Not only does it have those great
> leaves but it smells wonderful.   How do you grow it as a topiary?   Do
you have a
> form of some kind that you train it to grow on?
> Angie
> Dayton, Ohio

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