Before I go to a garden centre, I do everything the right way. I go outside and plan what I'm going to plant. This here, some of that over there, make a list, colour code it, etc. Then when I get there, I buy my old standbys, and then I might as well just put the list in my mouth and eat it. Because I get excited by all the beautiful varieties of plants and flowers, and start to unravel. I buy this little beauty here, that there, 3 of these, 8 of those on and on. Then I get home and find that most of what I bought won't do for the spots around my house. Some grow only in Alaska under a rock between Sept. 13-18, some in Finland in a fjord. Egypt in 104 temp. between Aug23- 30. Tennessee in the springtime, and in Windsor when the moon is in the seventh house and Jupiter is in Mars. Back to the garden centre to try and resort this out. Back home with more impatiens, geraniums, and petunias.