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Re: H. 'Twilight' and others


SECK138@aol.com wrote:
> 
> Joanne thank you so much for responding I am the same zone as you Zone 5
> Boston, MA area.  So I should pass on Uzo No Mai also.  You just saved me some
> money.  I love the unusual  and I was all set to buy it.   
My understanding is that you can grow Uzo No Mai successfully in a
container, so you may want to try that if you can't live without it.
I've seen descriptions of Blue Jay, but not the plant.  A couple on my
want list are Blue Ice, Dark Star, Obsession.  But that's for next year.
Joanne
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