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RE: questions on the morning....

Figures.... the gibson woods group is having their plant sale this Saturday
and it was one of the items listed.... seems weird for me not to know what
plants are being sold this year although they did sucker me into being one
of the cashiers for the sale....


> Bloodroot, Sanguinaria canadensis is not particularly expensive.  It's the
> double Bloodroot that can cost you; S.c. 'Multiplex', sometimes as much as
> $25.  I got mine for $10 from Seneca.  I also bought what was sold as
> regular bloodroot on eBay, but the flowers were very tiny, maybe a half
> inch
> across; disappointing.  But I do have a nice patch of the regular blooming
> now and the double looks like it might bloom today or tomorrow.  It has
> multiplied fairly well.  Not ready for division yet, but looking good.
> Kittty

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