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Color Glory scalding

Yes, my 'Color Glory' scalds too, but seems happy enough.  I really enjoyed
it this spring; it really grew a lot.

Perhaps if water is the tickey for preventing this burning, I should
experiment and put them next to the garden pond and see if the everpresent
humidity helps at all.  I remember somebody saying that water was the key
to preventing scalding or burning of this genetic type.

Stacy Holtzman
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Bloomington, Indiana Z5b

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