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Article: The Lesser-known Hardy Ericaceous Shrubs, Part 1: Andromeda to Gaylussacia: Want part 2

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kathy65468
Eunice, MO
(Zone 5b)

January 17, 2009
5:33 PM

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So many broadleaf evergreen options! Who knew? Thanks so much for the information and I am waiting impatiently for part 2. I am not good at waiting. I always do it impatiently. I am going to look further into bog rosemary. I think I have the perfect location for it.

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