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Re: Digest Number 1344

>Rodney Barton wrote:
>>  Jim,
>>  I don't know of a "new" LA species.  Are you talking about the dwarf that
>>  was such a hit in Dallas?
>Hmmmm. The species LA that knocked my socks off in the big D was the
>chocolate I. fulva, which had been feared extinct. I will never forget
>Farron Campbell describing how weak in the knees he felt when a stalk
>was brought into a club meeting with a question something like 
>"I haven't seen anything like this before. Is it something special?"
>BTW, I was assured that the clone is a good grower, and was in enough
>different gardens that it should not be lost again.

Is that Bayou Bandit?  Or something different?
Dennis Kramb; dkramb@badbear.com
Cincinnati, Ohio USA; USDA Zone 6

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