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Re: Digest Number 1344


I don't know of a "new" LA species.  Are you talking about the dwarf that
was such a hit in Dallas?  That was I. flexacaulis an "old" species now
considered simply a dwarf form of brevicaulis. The "Sweet and Petite" in the
seed list is supposed to be a small variety.  Is it the same?  I don't know.


> The new dwarf specie of LA is called what. In the seed list there is a dwarf
> listed as a brevicaulis is the new specie.
> Jim Clark in Mo.

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