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Re: H. foetiditus/daphne

Do you want some cuttings? I plan to prune this one severely after it blooms
and then dig it up & move it.
We had a very mild winter plus we are about 1400 feet above sea level
(downtown is 750 feet at the river). We are ahead of most of the surrounding
area too
Judy B z6 Idaho, sunny 80F at noon, elevation 1400 : )
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>

> Judy, I love Carol Mackie & purchased it twice.  The first one I moved
> before it became very large but succumbed to the 'sudden death' Dirr
> The 2nd one lasted < 2 yrs & died.  I now have the reverse 'Briggs
> but it is quite small.  I hope it has the same fragrance CM has.
>     I believe you are farther into the season then we are.
>     Ceres

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