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Re: reseeders

Kitty, are you able to grow Edelweiss??????  That is one of my all time 
favorite flowers, since childhood, although I've never lived anywhere that I would 
be able to grow it.....even in our part of Germany.  Would see it when we made 
trips to the mountains though.   Had a dried Edelweiss that I had for many 
years, it got lost on the move to the States, unfortunately.

zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast  

In a message dated 6/17/2003 11:02:50 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> Also, Leontopodium alpinum uses the common name
> Lady's Mantle, but I've always called it Edelweiss. I'm not trying to
> split hairs, I'm curious about your plant.

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