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 Posted: Sun Mar 15th, 2009 11:19 pm
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Susan, yes I have seen Love Lies Bleeding, tho I've never grown it. I like unique plants, and it's one of the more unique plants I've seen. Is it easy to grow? Does it self-seed easily?

I've always liked the idea of a four-square type of colonial garden, with a fountain, a topiary or somesuch in the middle of the squares. I have pretty many heirlooms and hand-me-downs from relatives and friends, but I haven't yet had the time for a true colonial garden. That's on my "someday" list!

Susan, what "zone" are you out there? What grows well in your area--besides the lavender and pink flamingos, that is?

Pam

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