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Re: Japanese pictures

Bill Shear writes:
> Looks to me like the 'nertschinskia' picture is sibirica, not sanguinea.
> Do I see branched stems in the background?  The color is certainly more
> typical of sibirica, as is the form.

There is an offering of 'nertschinskia' seed in the current SIGNA seed list
donated by Darrell Probst with the notation of sanguinea as a synonym.
> The japonica picture comes up on my browser as near-white.  

Ditto here. It is the laevigata that appears to be an almost unreal shade
of blue.

Jeff Walters in northern Utah  (USDA Zone 4, Sunset Zone 2)

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