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Re: SPEC:tectorum

From: Dorothy Fingerhood <daf10@cornell.edu>

At 12:37 PM 12/13/98 -0500, you wrote:
>From: phoenixflr@juno.com

>My experience with I tectorum much more positive than Dorothy or Kathy,
>only a few hundred miles west and, I believe, in similar zone.  I think
>the difference might have to do with our very sandy and thus
>sharply-drained soil.  We also usually have good snow cover, but that
>hardly seems different from KG in Buffalo!

Just to set things straight...and clear I. tectorum's name....Dorothy
Fingerhood has never attempted to grow it, so cannot make positive or
negative comments.  I think my name got mixed up with someone else.
SOME day I'm gonna try it!

Dorothy Fingerhood
(Newfield, NY)

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