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What happens to those tender annuals the town grows?

Posted by flowersandthings MidAtlantic 6/7 (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 10, 04 at 21:05

What do you think happens to all those beautful annual displays in the containers around town???? Especially the ones you could overwinter like cannas and hibiscuses..... I should call up the town and ask..... I'd hate to see them all thrown away..... I'd take a few and they could be donated to a local community garden..... :)


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RE: What happens to those tender annuals the town grows?

Where I work 9 out of ten the annuals get pulled up by kids and thrown all over the place .. sad but true.

Good Day ..


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RE: What happens to those tender annuals the town grows?

Where I work, we pot up the hibiscus and items that can be salvaged and reuse them elsewhere. Here the cannas are a perennial and left alone. The annuals (pansies, snaps, some annual salvias and such) usually get composted, folks that want them usually come to the work site and load up. Trudyjean


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