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RE:Dusky Challenger

  • Subject: RE:Dusky Challenger
  • From: "Judy Eckhoff" <judye@ourtownusa.net>
  • Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2001 18:40:00 -0600

DUSKY CHALLENGER does very well here in South-Central Kansas. It was my
first (and only) Queen of Show. It had been growing in a sunny, protected
area, but has been moved to a very hot, sunny location. Now we'll see how it
does there.
Judy E.
Haven, Ks. USA
zone 6

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