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Original Post by Jenka

Weigela 'Picobella Rosa'

<p>I have a flower bed that takes quite a while to dry out after a heavy downpour and I have a problem growing plants there.  I wanted to plant Weigela Picobella Rosa.  Do you think they would survive?  Any other suggestions of small plants would be appreciated.</p>

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