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Re: Blue Lake

At 04:56 PM 01/07/98 -0400, you wrote:
I am looking for any and all information re: h. Blue Lake. I think the landscaper saw it in a European gardening magazine or book and wants it, but would accept a substitute, which is great, if we only knew more about it. Help please!
Thanks, Barbara


H. 'Blue Lake' is an unregistered plant from Dutch sources. It surfaced in Canada in the late 80's and early 90's as 2 different plants. Both plants are identical to the registered cultivars 'Bressingham Blue' and 'Hyacinthina'. Without seeing a picture or getting a description it will be up to you to decide which plant it is. I haven't seen it listed or sold anywhere in the US or Canada for about 6 years. Hope this helps a little.

happy gardening

John Kee

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