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#38202 May 5th, 2007 at 01:41 PM
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WEnt ot walmart last night, like every friday nite, and I saw their perennials out...couldn't resist buying some! Got a small half quart pot of trout lily and lime twist hosta, only $2 each! They had others, delphiniums, lupins, goldenrod, tickseeds, scottish moss, and more. Let's hope there's more next week!


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kennyso #38206 May 5th, 2007 at 01:43 PM
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Cool, I was at mine yesterday and the greenhouse isn't open yet. Mother's day they say, can't wait.

Good buys, hope there's lots when you go back.


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#38224 May 5th, 2007 at 01:51 PM
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Great Kenny!!
You did better there, than I did at a huge Nursery!!!


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Shirley4 #38387 May 6th, 2007 at 03:15 AM
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Nice garden shopping. I'll look forward to hearing what you get next week. Have you gotten your spring fling seeds yet?


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Sure did, thanks Tammy!


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kennyso #40680 May 9th, 2007 at 08:23 AM
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those were good prices kenny!
im gonna have to google trout lily and see what it looks like!
how is your new garden comming along?

flwr just googled trout lily! there so pretty!

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Perennials are always good, and 2 bucks each, that was a good deal Kenny. thumbup


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unfortunately, leaving for Kingston for three days and having my mom not water them killed them, let's hopw walmart still has some more in two weeks, I've already planned how to use my birthday money!


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3 days shouldn't of killed them Kenny, are you sure?


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Perennials are so forgiving, maybe the cold just zapped them.


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