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Re: Christmas Rose?

Hi Lu:
At my old property I grew foetidus and orientalis to great success but no 
reseesding which I know happens for others. Zone problem? Had argutifolia but 
it is zone 7 and apparently didn't like our cold. May try again here in 
Wish Piccadilly was closer....went there with Atlanta Convention and two 
times previous as Sam Jones was an important part of early my hosta 
knowledge..chatted with him till he was ready to pay me to leave, I'm 
sure...Carlene also......and his hostas part of my early collecting. Believe 
I got my fistorientalis there.  
Ok, Lu you can pass Go and collect $200.
Walter Cullerton in Pineville,Pa
PS Grow Daphne cnoreum & Carol Mackie...lost Briggs Moonlight. Must try more. 
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