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RE: HYB: SPEC: Sam Norris


Unless I'm mistaken, you can chalk up I. cristata 'Powder Blue Giant' to 
Sam as a discovery.

Don't know if he's done any writing on these or how far into these projects 
he is, but some Sam's been working with are tet LAs, Paw Paw, and Hibiscus. 
I do know at least 2 of his LA seedlings can handle a zone 5. (normally a 
zone 4b here). :)


From:  hipsource@aol.com

I am rather interested in Sam Norris and his plants.

We all know about the "candy lilies," but who can tell me about his other
plant discoveries or originations? What have been his interests, and has he 
written about these?

Anner, in Virginia

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