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[Fwd: Bob Axmear to send photos - for Firecracker Plant in White]

  • Subject: [Fwd: Bob Axmear to send photos - for Firecracker Plant in White]
  • From: Bob <bobaxe@sbtek.net>
  • Date: Tue, 29 May 2001 22:05:16 -0500

Can anyone help this woman.

  • Subject: Bob Axmear to send photos - for Firecracker Plant in White
  • From: Bonnie Ruhoff <ruhoff@wsu.edu>
  • Date: Tue, 29 May 2001 19:54:16 -0700

I am from Moscow, Idaho, and have been trying for months to find a WHITE Firecracker plant. No one here has heard of it and on the net I can only find the Red plant, which is good for attracting hummingbirds, pretty but not what I'm looking for.

The firecracker plant (or possibly ground cover) that I am looking for is a leafy, grass type plant with tiny, tiny, white flowers on the tips. The flowers are so small, they are smaller than baby breath. It is used on the TV Show "Christoper Lowell" constantly, and he gives no other information than it is a beautiful firecracker plant. It almost looks like a bursting fireworks display. Very delicate and a wonderful 4th of July arrangement.

Please help me find this plant, or the real name of it. I really don't know what I'm searching for on the Net to be specific.

Help from Idaho!!!

Bonnie Ruhoff
President's Office
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-1048
"There is nothing either good or bad,
but thinking makes it so." Shakespeare

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