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Re: ilex honey maid


Saw those stamps while I was at the National Garden Railroad  
Convention in Las Vegas -- plan to buy as many as I can afford! But  
they are more important as mosquito eaters than as pollinators if you  
don't live in the southwest.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Jun 27, 2007, at 6:11 PM, Kitty wrote:

> Rare Find sent me a $10 certificate & a $3 check because they'd  
> forgotten to apply my catalog purchase cost to my order this spring  
> for Calycanthus hartlage Wine.  Well, we know they do those things  
> just to get you to buy more...and it works.
>
> I had previously ordered wholesale Ilex Honey Maid planning to get  
> one for myself, but it got cancelled by the grower.  So since RF  
> had it and I knew it would be much larger than the wholesale ones,  
> I ordered it and a Tricyrtis Moonlight Treasure I've been coveting  
> for a couple of years.  They arrived today and are both gorgeous  
> specimens.  I. HM is a variegated Blue Holly which should be easily  
> pollinated by my Blue Prince.
>
> Speaking of pollinators...the new pollinator postage stamps are due  
> out this week.  Cathy - there is a bat on one of them.
>
> Kitty
> neIN, Zone 5
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