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At 01:24 PM 2/4/97 +0000, Linda wrote:
>Let's see, that's died in middle Tennessee, wasted away in east Tennessee,
>and died in North Carolina.  Fell over in Mississippi.  No word from Donald
>Mosser or other lurking southeasterners.  Not much of a commendation from the

It has done well here in the northeast for 3 years, my limit.
And, while I'm not as enthusiastic about it as Arnold is, it's
certainly a gardenworthy plant, IMHO.

Carol - western Mass. USDA region 5

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