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August 26, 2010

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dzfvsa

My Rose Glow is 5 feet tall and wide. So you might need to move it eventually :)

Janice Miller-Young


Youre right.  Its in the spot I want it in, but Ill have to move the perennials eventually.  Im OK with that - perennials are easy to move, 5 ft prickly shrubs not so much!

Are you in Calgary?  I have yet to see one that big here, but Id love to know its possible!

Janice

dzfvsa

Yup, in Calgary. I'm surprised too, LOL!

Janice Miller-Young


Awesome!  Thanks for letting me know!
Janice

Jenn

Those are both beautiful. Where do you buy most of your plants?

Jenn

Janice Miller-Young


Wherever I can find them, Jenn!  ;-)
I must admit I picked those up at Home Depot last week when I went for something else and just popped my head into the garden centre to see if they had anything left.  They had lots, BTW.
Generally in spring when I buy most stuff, I start with Canadian Tire (Alberta-grown plants) and SuperStore (Canadian-grown and only in good condition if you happen to get there shortly after theyve come off the truck).  You can find lots of the common and trendy plants there.  Then I head to the true garden centres to get anything else I havent found yet (better selection but higher prices). 
Happy shopping!

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