Color coding

Marguerite English
Mon, 19 Aug 2002 12:19:20 PDT
    Thanks, Alberto, for all of your good information.  I use color coding 
to identify which plants bloomed which years.   If the end is pointed 
(originally turned upside down in pots), it didn't bloom that year.   If I 
turn it to the roundish end, it did.   Each color denotes a different year, 
so if I have a blue, a pink and a yellow label in the pot, I have a 3-year 
record of its bloom.   If I am really sharp that year, I write the bloom 
month, indicate transplanting or division (with an X) and occasionally the 
color on the colored label.
     Just another use for those labels!

At 03:36 PM 8/18/02 +0000, you wrote:
>Dear All:
>               Color coding is useful. Of course one can give one color to 
> South

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