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Re: Re: Re: tulip longevity/red ridinghood

I would love to see the list...
Thanks, B, Zone 6+ ETN

At 08:27 AM 1/20/03 +0000, you wrote:
>I'm down to one lone red riding hood tulip. They did well in a bed on the
>west side of the garage. Loved your description of the bed under the maple.
>Sounds like a beautiful combination.
>I'd like to see that list of long lived tulips also.
>Judy B
>z 6 Idaho
>"Kitty" <kmrsy@earthlink.net> wrote:
>...If you want a list of long-lived varieties I can send them to you. Prof
>Gus de Hertog of U of  NC published the list in Horticulture Magazine. He is
>a world-renowned bulb expert and on the Holland Bulb Institute's board,
>having written a large portion of the guidelines followed in the Holland
>bulb market.
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