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Name: Grist David
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Question by davidg4
May 1, 2000
Date: Sat, 29 Apr 2000 20:13:25 -0400
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jennifer deck
depew, New York 14043
County: erie
Country: USA
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i need some good flowers for shade
Category: Perennials
im looking for some good flowers to plant in my shady fron of hous
eactually, there is some sun but i want something that will spread besides
impatients i always have them thanx




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Answer from NGA
May 1, 2000

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You might consider more annuals such as violas, asparagus fern, coleus, caladium, and trailing lobelia; you might also consider some perennials such as hosta, pulmonaria, ferns, variegated English ivy, lamium, violets and ajuga.

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