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Re: JI: SIB: SPEC X Cross


Christy - nice looking plants & exciting to know someone is working on
drought tolerant versions of these two, regardless of what the gene pool
is.  I received some dead Japanese and Siberian plants in the mail a few
years ago, apparently killed by heat during shipping, & it would be nice
to find some less fussy cultivars.  Looking forward to hearing more
about these.

Linda Mann


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