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Re: SPEC: autumn die back


From: Ellen Gallagher <e_galla@moose.ncia.net>

	Dorothy Willott wrote:

>I. tectorum does not take winter well in our Zone 5 part of northern Ohio.  It
>probably needs some type of mulch.

	I have I. tectorum which came from Mark Cook (when he lived in KY)
	and is does well here in Zone 3 with our white mulch. I also have
	it in a partly shaded location near our woods. It seems to be very
	happy there....bloomed its little head off this year. :)

	Ellen
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~	"One touch of nature makes the
Ellen Gallagher  /  e_galla@moose.ncia.net		whole world kin"
Northern New Hampshire, USA    /   Zone 3a
Lancaster, NH   in  'The Great North Woods'
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