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TB: Megabucks

  • Subject: TB: Megabucks
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@volfirst.net>
  • Date: Sun, 02 Dec 2001 18:48:18 -0500

<Colette Thurillet and Mega Bucks.....Still looking for a pretty red
                 Iris....Wouldn't it be nice to wave that wand and have
that red....Rob, zone  7...>

Hi Rob - which kind of zone 7 are you in, wet or dry, major
rollercoaster fall/winter/spring freezes/warm spells (i.e., what state
or province or ?)?  How does MEGABUCKS perform for you?  Been wanting to
try it, but seems like I heard it wasn't the best grower in our
climate.  CT has been a sporadic performer here - it has done really
well some years when others have been badly hurt but has nearly died out
in other years.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8

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