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Re: miniatures

In a message dated 08/08/2003 10:11:16 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

> Great list!
> I never thought you'd include a lilac. I'd like to suggest another one you
> might like.  It is the Afghan Lilac, Syringa afghanica.  It is one of the
> parents of the Cutleaf Lilac and grows only to 18 inches at its tallest.  I
> got mine last fall from World Plants.  Darling little shrubs

Thanks for the recommendation.  I'll pass it on to our lilac specialist.

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