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Re: TB: Tasco seedlings

Niswonger's SKY BLUE PINK and BLUE CHIP PINK both are extremely vigorous and
winter hardy here.

in Moscow

> Donald, I did not see the red bearded white in Memphis.
> Do you have ARCTIC FOX?  It has a dark big, tomato red beard,
> and I am hoping to see seedlings from it this spring.  It also grows
> like THORNBIRD.  Now, if we could just get a pink that would grow
> like these we've been discussing.  I have no such robust pink in my
> garden.  Keith sent me monster rhizomes of HAPPENSTANCE, but
> they have dwindled down to a precious few that may be gone by
> spring. :-(
> Walter Moores
> Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8

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