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Re: Clivia Golden Dragon

Appears, then, Jim, that the ones offered on that site are a tad
expensive.  They do include shipping in their per plant price, which
may make a difference, tho'.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: James R. Fisher <garrideb@well.com>
> I was about to add that the single seed I sprouted last spring
> (from Chiltern's) now has 3 leaves. The seed was C. miniata
> var. aurea (yellow), and the 2 seeds that I got cost far less
> than $14.95. I got three yellow 6-8 leaf seedlings for about
> last spring from that nursery in Maine which has been mentioned
> here, can't pull the name out of memory at the moment...

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