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Re: TB: HYB: Lightning Ridge

In a message dated 4/1/03 7:10:23 AM Pacific Standard Time, 
lmann@volfirst.net writes:

> Anybody have time to give me some feedback on performance of these in
> climate similar to mine? (erratic winter weather, erratic drought &
> deluge, high humidity = southeastern US).  Walter, I know you've posted
> performance of some of these - I will dig around in the archives (if
> they cooperate) for your comments.

Can't qualify on erratic weather except for wind. But...

> BUT BEAUTIFUL -CC> hardy and a good survivor
> COPATONIC (did well here till the turnips smothered it)-CC> OK was fertile 
> both ways
> CRAZY FOR YOU -CC.Seems hardy - fertile
> IN THE STARS -CC>tended to rot in heavy clay so moving it new beds with 
> sandy icing
> LOVE THE SUN (grows well, but blooms too early to fully escape late
> freezes)
> MOOMBA-CC> has grown well in shade of pines to gravel tosand to shade
> SIGH OF COLORS-CC>Very vigorous and fertile 2yr clump bloomed out with 18 
> stalks
> SO -CC> may tend to rot
> SOSTENIQUE Good in sun or shade
> SULTAN'S DAUGHTER -CC>growing ok
> WHO'S YOUR DADDY (new here - seems ok so far) -CC> growing well and good 
> increasing 2 bloooms with 4S and 4F
> WITCH'S WAND -CC>Hardy in full sun poorly in shade.
> YES  -CC>In bloom now too early for you, Chocolate Vanilla also blooming 
> too early for you.

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