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RE: SPEC: biversata

Hi Maureen,

The explanation came from Tony Huber.

I noticed that he's got a couple of other interesting combos donated to the 
SIGNA seed exchange this year...

Bivers-virga (Biversata X virginica var. shrevei) and
Reversicolor-Tetra Pseud (reversicolor x Beuron) X (China West Lake x 

It's not too late to get in on the fun. The seed list runs 7 pages long 
this year with more species and hybrids than you'll know where to plant.

If y'all don't belong to SIGNA yet, you can send in your $5.00 to join when 
you place your seed order. :)

SIGNA homepage http://www.signa.org/

Current Seed Chairs - Marty Schafer & Jan Sacks jpwflowers@aol.com

Christy Hensler

From:  Mark, Maureen

Thanks, Christy.  I was wondering too.  Where did you find the 

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