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    November 16, 2011

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    compostinmyshoe

    Congrats on Garden Up as one of the Best Books for 2011!

    Thank you! It wouldn't have happened without awesome contributors like yourself!

    Laura Balaoro

    I absolutely love Pennisetum 'firecracker'. I planted one last year and thought that I lost it. It came back in spring and much bigger. I need to plant more of it around my garden. Another grass I love is calamogrostis foliosa.

    You and I must be plant "soul sisters". I love C. foliosa as well - gorgeous when it's flowering. That's encouraging to hear about the Pennisetum. Hoping I'm lucky as well.

    Annie Haven | Authentic Haven Brand

    Congratulations on Garden Up! you truly have it growing on and I am honored to be growing in the garden with you... Annie <|;-)

    We love having a picture of Moo Poo tea in the book! I tell folks in my presentations I've used it to fertilize my Woolly Pockets wall.

    Mona

    Great plants that you chose to highlight. Especially the succulent. I think I'll try Pennisetum ‘Firecracker’ even though it may not survive the winter in my zone 8a garden.

    I'm zone 9 and a Sunset zone 14 - I'm hopeful, but not counting on it. It's worth it even as an annual, though. Good luck!

    Ivette Soler

    Oh Susan darling, thanks for the shout out! Just check us out ...
    You are a genius, partly just because you ARE, and partly because I agree with every one of your plant choices - I have used all of them this year and I absolutely concur. Hmmm - maybe it is a little self -serving that I call you a genius because that means that I also consider myself a genius, and far be it from me to have such an enormous ego.
    But still - GENIUS!
    (I especially love the pennisetum and the santolina - such great taste you have...)

    I'm glad you approve! Every time I walk by that cute little santolina, it makes me smile.

    Helen at Toronto Gardens

    Fantastic, you two. Congratulations! You are garden Amazons in every way.

    Now I KNOW there's a tagline in there for me somewhere!

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