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Old 06-25-2019, 03:49 AM   #21
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Dapjwy, I am enjoying the lovely red leaves next to the bright orange of the butterfly weed, But it is just the one plant on the sidewalk strip that has turned that color. All the other Alexanders leaves are green, Very strange.
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Dapjwy, I am enjoying the lovely red leaves next to the bright orange of the butterfly weed, But it is just the one plant on the sidewalk strip that has turned that color. All the other Alexanders leaves are green, Very strange.
I knew you would enjoy it for aesthetic reasons.

Yes, it is strange.
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