Tough plant needed

Cereoid* cereoid at prodigy.net
Wed Jun 20 14:23:53 EST 2001


Oh yeah? Cactus and succulents can beat your sissy lavender ant day!


Magdalena Bassett <magda at west.net> wrote in message
news:3B30FDD8.1918F19B at west.net...
> How about lavender? So many different kinds of lavender might be fun all
> on one hill. They attract butterflies, smell good, and require almost no
> water once established. If you're in California, you can also try the
> blooming natives, such as cyanothis, monkey flower or non-native, but
> excellent bloomer, scotch broom. All of these also require almost no
> water once established.
> Magdalena Bassett
>
> brian dixon wrote:
> >
> > Hi
> >
> > I need a lant (preferably with color) that will grow in just about
anything,
> > needs little water, and acan be in full sun. We have a hill behind our
house
> > that is dry and hard. Lots of rocks in it. I have tried seeding wild
flowers
> > up there, and actually water it every other day. Nothing seems to
happen.
> > Would just like to get a little color on this hill.
> >
> > Any Thoughts??
> >
> > Thank You
> >
> > brian
> >
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