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Re: Zone 10

Well, if you look at the Singing Springs picture, RS is nothing like baueri.
I've looked at other pics of RS and they didn't seem to demonstrate the
strong shape of baeri.  I did find one RS pic that looked like baueri and
assumed, since the others didn't match it, that it had been mislabeled.
However, if they do look identical, I wonder why the sellers can get so much
more for baueri.

Ceres, if I didn't already have my Cordyline baueri, your praise of Red
Sensation would give me the interest to try it.  But since I overwintered
mine, I don't need another.  And I'm proud as punch that I got mine on sale
locally last year for only $4.00


----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, February 15, 2004 6:41 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Zone 10

> In a message dated 2/15/04 10:27:56 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
> << SS says "...the grassy, upright blades are less than an inch wide..."
> I don't want "grassy" >>
> Kitty, it looks just like my RS.  SS also says 'leaves spike through the
> on this phormium look- alike'.  I would not  stay it is grass like except
> does have blades.  Are you familiar with the phormium?  I think your
> descripiton of 'yucca like' is a good description.
>     Ceres
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