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Re: SPEC-graminea SIGNA seed.

Ian E. Efford wrote:
> David wrote:
> "there was a gentleman in charge of the arboretum (I think) in
> Ottawa, whose name escapes me at the moment."
> Trevor Cole was the director of the National Arboretum and gardens at
> the National Experimental Farm in Ottawa until last year when he
> "retired" as part of the government's downsizing programme.  He and his
> wife, Brenda, remain very active players and authors in the
> horticultural field in Ottawa and around the world.  They are both major
> players in the OVRGS and exchange plants with almost everyone around.
> my graminea plants came from him.  They now have a wonderful, and
> excessively crowded, garden about 15 miles west of Ottawa near Carp.
> Thanks for the suggestion.
> Ian

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