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Re: V. carlesii source?


Forest Farm has Viburnum carlesii and almost everything else you can think of 
in the way of shrubs and trees.  They are available at forestfarm.com and 
forestfarm@anonepro.net.
Marcia Brown Meigs  Ithaca, NY Still no rain  Things are scorching and 
drooping.

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