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Re: REB: Immortality

From: Iarejan@aol.com

In a message dated 4/23/99 11:33:26 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
glsimmon@swbell.net writes:

<< Linda moved Immortality last fall, partial shade under a
 walnut tree.  We now have a lot of new growth on very healthy looking
 plants and many bloom stalks!  Figure this one out!
Well, Glenn...
       This makes me feel better that the Immortality I will plant will have 
just a tad of
shade during the hottest part of the day...dappled shade moslty but...hoping 
it works for me, too!!

Janet Natale 
zone 8 of S.C.

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