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Re: Venusta with WHITE flowers??

In a message dated 9/12/1999 11:22:31 PM Central Daylight Time, 
Cidjohnson@aol.com writes:

 Hi, me again,
 I forgot to add that Harry says both of these "venustas" have BIGGER leaves 
 than other venustas and they are more pointy.  Maybe that will help someone 
 guess what kind the white flowering one is....maybe a seiboldii?

 Cindy it sounds like what you are describing is a seedling from a venusta 
cross with maybe a sieboldii type, do the flowers have any fragrance, if so 
it might have plantagiana in it's blood line too. (white flowers, late 
blooming, scented)

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