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Re: CULT:REB: archives, tough ones, etc

From: "Mark A. Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

daylilies self thin themselves (sometimes nearly to
> extinction).

     Keep us posted on how things do.  Seeing the problems you mention 
with Daylilies, you may wish to consider trying some of Jack Carpenter's 
Texas introductions.  Do you grow any of the Florida Hybrids.  If you 
wish, you can contact me off list about this.

Mark A. Cook	[Daylily Nut]
Dunnellon, Florida.

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