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Your flowers are lovely. Nice job. I planted all begonias this year after 25-plus years of planting impatiens (shade lovers)which provide vibrant color all summer and into Fall until the frost kills them in late October or early November. The East Coast of U.S. is having some problems with powdery mildew attacking impatiens so I am trying begonias, which I have read like shade and sun. Good luck with your herbs-in-pots garden.

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