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[PHOTO] PCI arthur at home

From: "jervis2" <jervis2@eggconnect.net>

To chip in on the subject of the winter hardiness of the PCI. We were
fortunate in getting some seed from Joe Ghio some six years ago now the
resulting seedlings seemed the Vary in there hardness hear in the middle
part of the UK. I planted out in nursery rows around 150 seedlings after the
first winter 10 percent died away in the following winter a further smaller
amount failed. So it would appear there is some degree of cold tolerance
variation between seedling even from the same seed source.
Hope you like the attached photos.
Arthur Jervis in the UK.

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