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Re: miniatures/ paxistima

In a message dated 08/09/2003 7:03:37 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
genebush@otherside.com writes:

> Well, Auralie,
>   Since I have learned that these are native to the eastern U.S., you can
> bet I am working on carrying them in inventory. Located them once from a
> supplier, but they wanted far too much. Still looking for some nice ones at
> a reasonable price.
>   Mine is not located around the outside edge of a bird bath I have set
> into limestone on the soil in the garden, framing the dish on one side. Then
> out with mixed drifts of Gentian scabra and Mophead sedge. End of drift is
> amsonia.

Sounds lovely.  Have you tried propagating by rooting cuttings?  I have had 
luck rooting three-inch shoots in damp sand.  

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