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Re: terms/hollyhock?? OT Poke

And, Kitty, it is drop dead gorgeous and I would not get it for the
world, variegated foliage nut that I am.  If there is *anything* in
this wide world that I do NOT need, it's more pokeweed - variegated
or not!  Saw this at Plant Delights and a truly beautiful plant it
is...but not for moi.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Kitty Morrissy <kmrsy@earthlink.net>
> Zem, It's interesting that you and Marge should bring up poke again
> now.  I remember a discussion about it last year.  Then when I got
> Seneca Hill catalogue the other day, there it was:
> Phytolaca american 'Silberstein'
> "It's the American Pokeweed, dressed to kill, with creamy leaves
> and flecked in gree, in delightful contrast to the reddish
stems....a real
> show stopper. comes true from seed."  Zone 5, height to 5 ft.
> Kitty

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