Monday, April 12, 2010

Planter's Paradise just reopended today after a long cold winter. We have missed you Gerri! Anyway, I alway wanted to purchase an Oak leaf hydrangea. They are the hardest of plants in the hydrangea family. Noted for their leaves that resemble the leaves of an oak tree, and for the soft cone like white blooms. Walk up and down the Springs Street in the summer and you will see may draping the side walks. In the fall, the leaves turn the most spendid shades of amber. Gerri only had a few small gallon sized plants, she said return in 3 weeks to see if she was able to get more larger size plants. I plan to do just that
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