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Re: 'Vancouver Bicentennial'

Hi Phil
'Vancouver Centennial' is indeed a fine plant. It wins many cards at shows
here in England. The pac nursery in Dresden is producing it in their
thousands in Europe!
Another good one from the same hybridiser is 'Golden Ears' named after a
mountain range in British Columbia.
-----Original Message-----
From: Phil Bunch <pbunch@CTS.COM>
Date: 21 February 2000 17:20
Subject: 'Vancouver Bicentennial'

>Wow. I recently got a 'Vancouver Bicentennial', neat plant. I'd like to
>learn about it's background and any special requirements it may have to
>it well.
>Phil Bunch (San Diego Area Sunset Zone 23)

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