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new help chosing plants


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debbie03-Jun-10 09:47 PM EST 7b   
tammy022360@gmail.com30-Sep-10 12:31 PM EST 8b   
tammy022360@gmail.com30-Sep-10 12:33 PM EST 8b   
tammy022360@gmail.com30-Sep-10 07:11 PM EST 8b   


Subject: new help chosing plants
From: debbie (bauchatd@windstream.net)
Zone: 7b
Date: 03-Jun-10 09:47 PM EST

need the names of some flowers that will make cut flowers for this year that grow well in partial to shady areas


Subject: RE: new help chosing plants
From: tammy022360@gmail.com (tammy022360@gmail.com)
Zone: 8b
Date: 30-Sep-10 12:31 PM EST

Plan for what you want to see in the spring after your long winter.pick one area to fill so at least your chances of having a warm spring wake-up are higher.try a color theme.it helps to start the next section and season allow room to grow and add later.anticipation is what keeps us doing this.no fear of failing ,It's a learning thing.


Subject: RE: new help chosing plants
From: tammy022360@gmail.com (tammy022360@gmail.com)
Zone: 8b
Date: 30-Sep-10 12:33 PM EST

Plan for what you want to see in the spring after your long winter.pick one area to fill so at least your chances of having a warm spring wake-up are higher.try a color theme.it helps to start the next section and season allow room to grow and add later.anticipation is what keeps us doing this.no fear of failing ,It's a learning thing.


Subject: RE: new help chosing plants
From: tammy022360@gmail.com (tammy022360@gmail.com)
Zone: 8b
Date: 30-Sep-10 07:11 PM EST

I have a ? I just got seeds from a confederate rose.been searching a long time.It's the first of Oct. Should I plan to winter them over inside? Don't want to loose them to the freeze this winter.


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