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Re: Botatincal Garden Project

>   A planting "map" though, as you suggest,is the best idea. But they
> will want markers for each type of plant if they ever get moved, or
> divided. The ones they use now may be a little big for some of the
> cultivars I'd like. (Masquerade, Tiny Tears, gracillima sp.)
>   Thanks!
> Diane

Just a thought here. Our group is also doing a planting at the local
botan and have agreed to use only registered cultivars.  It eliminates
some nice things but we feel it follows more in the mission of the
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