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26 January 2013

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Jodi

Hi Pam,

It's been a long time since i've visited or left a comment...things have been rough this past year. Looking forward to a better 2013. I don't know this plant, Edgeworthia, but it sounds divine since your car smelled so good. It's probably not hardy here so I'll just enjoy yours.

Les

Every garden should have an Edgeworthia, or two, but not if that might make them less special.

Janet, The Queen of Seaford

I just bought my third!! The container looks like it might have more than one plant in the pot. :-) You will love this plant every winter!!

Pam

Jodi, it has been a long while. I have been following you on Facebook, and am so sorry about the difficulties you have faced this past year. I do hope the new year will be a good one for you (I just recently saw all of the changes to your website - I have spent very little time 'blog hopping' for over a year now, but hope to visit folks soon). Take care, okay?

Les - I'm very excited about adding two Edgeworthia to my garden for several recents... one, because they are lovely, and two, because I haven't added anything much to my garden in a long while now (or so it feels). I'm really looking forward to spring, since I missed spring last year in my own garden.

Janet - fun! And if it's more than one plant in the pot, even better! I'm very excited about the two I have - will try to find time tomorrow to put them in the ground. Love, love the fragrance (this, from a person with a tea olive that looks like a 15' tree!).

feijoa fruit

Wow..Isn't a nice flower.They'd make a great hostess gift or Easter decoration.The campanula portenschlagiana is a versatile plant that is favored in cottage and rock gardens.

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