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Re: FW: Yahoo! Briefcase: tchessie's file(s)

I finally was able to see your Campanula. My problem viewing it was just
bad timing with Yahoo, I think. It wouldn't even let me access my own
briefcase. that was this morning. Tried again just now and no problem.

Anyway, the Campanula. It appears to have the leaf and habit of my
Campanula 'Constellation'. Ceres has this one too, I believe. However
the flowers aren't the same. They appear to be doubles, little roses as
you said. so maybe it's a sport of Constellation. I can't believe they
didn't have a name for you! I don't know whether Constellation has a
species name or if it's a hybrid. Anyway, I think yours is closely


-------Original Message-------
From: Theresa- yahoo <tchessie@yahoo.com>
Sent: 03/20/03 10:58 PM
To: GardenChat <gardenchat@HORT.NET>
Subject: [CHAT] FW: Yahoo! Briefcase: tchessie's file(s)

> Yahoo! Briefcase - Email
Anybody know the campanula I got at the SF garden show yesterday??


                        tchessie is sharing some files with you!

                        1. Pea patch March 2003.jpg
                        2. Yellow Clivia.jpg
                        3. Spring is here.jpg
                        4. Ikebana.jpg
                        5. Heuchara & Azalea.jpg
                        6. Daffodil.jpg
                        7. Campanula.jpg

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