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RE: 'Gold Tide' Forsythia

Well that sucks- I would think since you are earning a degree, they would
cover all plants- not just ones that are hardy in that schools area. What
happens to the students who, lets say, are from Jim's area, so upon going
home and getting a job, they would not know anything about those plants!


> -----Original Message-----
> I guess we did have I. decidua and I. verticillata.  But the similar
> ones like I. x aquapernyi, I. x attenuata, I. pedunculosa, I. vomitoria,
> etc. weren't hardy enough for us to deal with them.
> I kind of wish they were, though.  :)
> Chris

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