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Re: CULT: Trial Garden

Thanks Linda for clarifying your situation.  I do understand,  but we all do
appreciate your efforts and endeavours however small.  You might very well be
the only one doing such work with climate tolerance.  There may be others and
even in Europe and such.  If and when we get this Trial Garden Forum up and
running I guess we will find out.  You could send your "special ones" to
others in the South willing to do the same and they could use them in their
breeding programs. I have no doubt when you do get something of value it will
become quite usefull to others in their efforts.

I live in Raleigh, NC  Zone 7.  I sometimes forget to put that in my emails

Original Message:-----

Where are you located, Paul?  Helps to understand points of view when we
know more about local growing conditions.

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