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Re: Plants mag

> Ceres turned me on to Plants magazine years ago, but I haven't looked into 
> it for some time.  I'm trying to put together a presentation on new plants 
> so I looked to
> http://www.plants-magazine.com/
> only to find it experienced total disaster.  Does anone know if it was 
> resurrected in some form elsewhere since the upload there a yr and 1/2 ago?

Hi Kitty,

   No, I believe that it's totally defunct.

> Anyway, does anyone have any relatively new or underused plants they'd like 
> to suggest?

   I've become a big fan of Kalimeris lately, especially 
   Kalimeris yomena 'Shogun'.

   Also, Lychnis viscaria 'Firebird':


   Phlox glaberrima 'Morris Berd' is another that I'd like to see used
   more.  It's been around for ages, but performs so well in wet shade.


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