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Re: Summer dormancy? Re: to Sheila


Yes they are emerging (so far) the same type. But they are not completely
unfurled yet.

Mike Groothuis
Niles MI

Michael D. Cook wrote:

> At 05:14 PM 7/17/98 -0400, you wrote:
> >Two weeks ago, I had a H. 'Gold Edger' suddenly go (to what it looks
> >like) dormant. All of the leaves turned brown and completely rotted off.
> >At first I was suspecting crown rot, but their were new purple eyes
> >poking through the soil just like the first thing in the spring.
> >
> Last year, a Ground Master did the same thing - only the variegated leaves
> were replaced with golden-green ones of a different shape and texture than
> GM's.  Is your Gold Edger's new foliage the same as that it started the
> season with?
>
> Sheila Smith
> mikecook@pipeline.com
> Niles, MI  USA, Z 5/6
>
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