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Re: OT-PLANTS: Thompson & Morgan Any feedback?

On December 24, 2000 02:27 pm, you wrote:
> Yes I have used the yellows this past year.  There was very good
> germination. I save the seeds and replant in the spring, but most of the
> plants are hardy here.   I also had the purplish ones which I didn't like
> so much.  On eastern Long Island Zone 7A- they self seed and sustain each
> year.  I have white ones all over the place.   Germination is terrific on
> this seed.  Good luck.

	Is this the Angel's trumpets [
Brugmansia suaveolens] or the other ones. Devil's trumpets I think [ Datura 
meteloides]. The one I want is basically a small tree. I didn't think they 
were really hardy north of zone 10.


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