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Re: Saruma henryi???


I had a Saruma henryi that I bought from Heronswood. I'm sure they still have it.
Beware, however of the quality. They don't guarantee their plants. Inform them
right away if it has any signs of disease - mine rotted the first summer I had
it, but it was beautiful until then.

Diane Frederick

Cidjohnson@aol.com wrote:

> Hi everone,
>
> I'm looking for any info on Saruma henryi.  Back in winter, I think there was
> some discussion about this plant and the NARG (Rock Garden society?) had it
> on their seed list.   It's suppose to be a good plant for shade gardens.
> A friend of mine looked it up on the NARG's seedlist and said there were 2
> donors and they were Moris West from Red Lion, PA  and Nina Lambert from
> Ithaca, NY.  When she asked another friend to add it to her seed order, she
> was told they didnt have to do that, since that friend had some of the plant
> already and would share it with her.  And the original plant came from Betty
> Peterson's garden (same Betty that just had her beautiful garden on the AHS
> Convention tour this past month).
>
> Well, now I have a piece of it too, and I'd like to learn more about it's
> growing requirements and what to expect of this plant.  I can't find it in
> any of my books.
>
> ANY help would be much appreciated!
> Thanks,
> Cindy Johnson
> White Bear Lake, MN
> zone 4a
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