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we have the bigest hanging-basket production in switzerland, maybe in continental europe.
we import the material from england. plants and flowers we meke by our one.
this is one basket of our exibit house from outside.
if some body is interesstet, (and speaks german) look by URL: http://www.waffenschmidt.ch
regards bert from switzerland
how "must" go to work now (0730pm)
I think Europeans have prettier hanging baskets and window boxes than we Americans do. I believe I'll retrieve some of my German heritage (4th generation in USA) and copy some of the European ideas this year.
I've always been told that "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery" (it's a way to rationalize stealing others' ideas, I guess!) At any rate, I'll be flattering you a lot this summer because that is one beautiful combination.
By the way, the helichrysum petiolare's common name is "licorice plant"...when you mentioned it, the proverbial light came on. I've grown it several times in the past, but I just didn't recognize it! Thanks!!! Terry