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Re: Opinion?

Mike Groothuis wrote:
> I was thinking of ordering these 4 for this spring. Any pros/cons I
> should know about? Thanks.
> H. 'Devon Green'
> H. 'Shining Tot'
> H. 'Tortifrons'
> H. 'Heaven Scent'
>H. 'Devon Green' is very pretty.  I ordered it this winter.  I just looked through my favorite catalogs, but I can't figure out who I ordered it from.  I'm starting to wonder about myself; it's been too long a winter.  I might have lost it.

On a brighter note, Spring arrived this week, here in Eastern Wisconsin,
in Zone 5.  Eight inches of snow melted, and I started digging.  My
first appearance at the quarry was met with open arms; did they really
expand just because of me?

Irwin Johnson
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