My sister lives in Georgia and has a built in pool and her landscaper
recommended a plant called Joseph's coat to plant around the pool.She can't
find any information on it by looking on the internet. He told her it is
varigated, yellow and green and spreads. Has anyone ever heard of
Why doesn't your sister ask her landscaper which plant they are calling
"Joseph's coat" and have them come up with the actual botanical name? Or is
that something too obvious for her ape brain to comprehend?
They could be alluding to any number of variegated plants from the common
"Coleus" to Opuntia monacantha 'Joseph's Coat'!!!!!!
Oh yeah Maryjane, you are really doing a good job trying to find out about
it. You expect everybody else to do all the work for you. A trained chimp
could do a better job than you are doing. And on top of your laziness and
incompetence, you have a prissy attitude about it. What a useless goofball
you must be.
You leave absolutely no doubt that you really are a twisted evil fascist
coward, Joe Bob.
Why don't you do something constructive like protest the regime that has the
US in a free fall national debt and recession instead of showing what a
petty prissy jerk you are in a newsgroup?
Grow up, Joe Bob.
My dead cat knows more about gardening than you do.
The only abusive one here is you with your fascist attitude toward free
speech. I've never once tried to prevent anyone from saying anything. This
is not Nazi Germany and there is nothing you can to make it that way.
I welcome horticultural questions but don't like wasting time with
egomaniacal know-nothing trolls like you. Since you have nothing of any
value to contribute, why don't you just crawl back into your rat hole and
Better yet, why not go and get yourself a girl friend or a boy friend,
whichever floats your boat, to relieve that pent-up sexual tension that has
you so crazed with uncontrollable rage?
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