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Re: Allen C Haskell


Mine sets seed.

Chick

Glen Williams wrote:

> >Good morning
> >        I said this spring I would see if my Allen C Haskell set seed. It is
> >maybe a 6 division plant and it didn't set a seed. It might be the heat
> >we had this summer and quite a few plants didn't even send up scapes but
> >my quess is the plant rarely if ever has seed. Anyone else care to
> >comment.
> >Bob,
>   For the only time in 6 years my APH set 5 pods this year.
>
> >From Vermont where there are two seasons: winter and road work.
> Glen Williams
> 20 Dewey St.
> Springfield , Vermont
> 05156
> Tel: 802-885-2839
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