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Re: 'Limerock Ruby'

In a message dated 1/11/04 9:13:05 AM, holmesbm@usit.net writes:

<< I have been successful with "Sweet Dreams" Coreopsis rosea >>

Bonnie, I have overwintered Sweet Dreams 2 winters.  This is the first winter 
for my Limerock Ruby.  I did not purchase it the first yr we had it at the 
greenhouse because it was described as a red bloom & I do not use red in my 
garden.  However after seeing it in bloom in a garden and realizing it was a 
deeper red I like, I purchased it last spring.  Moisture in my garden is probably 
similar to Kittys but I would be in a colder zone.  I hope I have success with 
this plant.

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