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Re: hybridizing question

At 06:47 AM 10/20/98 -0400, you wrote:
>CCREDUX@aol.com wrote:
>> In a message dated 10/19/1998 8:00:26 PM Central Daylight Time,
>> rbalzy@netnitco.net writes:
>> << i would  try using the pollen of nigressens el  >>
>> Now there is an excellent suggestion. I forgot about that giant. Others with
>> giant leaves anyone? What about Green Sheen or Green Wedge?
>> Clyde Crockett z5
>How about sieboldiana 'Mira' - fablulous plant. Giant leaves,
>vase-shaped mound. Would be an outstanding plant to hybridize with a
>Diane F.
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>ithink  clarence owens got big john fm a mira montana cross ansd also black
jack   indiana bob

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