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Re: Re: plant ID, "wonderflower"

A daughter in Eugene? Guess where I'm going Sunday? DH's sister lives  
there as do her son, daughter in law, and the grandbaby. We're off to  
see them, then on to LA for a few days with the youngest daughter.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Feb 14, 2006, at 1:37 PM, MICHAEL HABIB wrote:

> As mentioned at a previous posting I bought the "fern flower" or  
> hardy gloxinia at the Maymont Flower Show. Since some of you said  
> that they don't take the heat very well, I will take the tubers to  
> my daughter in law in Eugene, Oregon. She will love the plants and  
> hopefully they will do well for her.
> I must admit that I could have asked more questions of those Dutch  
> girls, but I was rushing around, trying to see everything,  
> including the lectures.
> Godi zone 7
> Mt. Vernon, VA

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