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Re: Peony question

I'll definitely find out.  Not sure about before the holidays though, since 
most of our garden groups have finished meeting for the year, until Jan/feb.  
But will definitely ask about this and let you know.  You've got my interest 
peaked now.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 12/14/2002 1:04:35 PM Central Standard Time, 
mtalt@hort.net writes:

> Would be interested in what you find out.  Seems from those posts I
> saved that the warm climate peonies have just not been tested and
> hybridized enough and if they were, it's very likely that a whole new
> line of warm winter peonies could be developed..

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