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Re: Plant question

In a message dated 01/23/2004 8:27:29 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
justme@prairieinet.net writes:

> The nursery down the road from me has them.... Not sure of their
> policies on shipping. If you do call and get Conner on the phone, plan
> on talking for a long time :) He is very knowledgeable and has a great
> personality... 

Thanks for the link.  The info there indicates that it must have sandy soil, 
which I can't provide.  I'm thinking that the places I have seen this growing 
were by the river or by the shore, so maybe the soil was sandier than my clay. 
 Disappointing, because I thought it a really attractive shrub.
Thanks again, Auralie

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