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Re: SIB: chrysographes

Rick Tasco writes:

> Do you know if chrysographes goes dormant during the winter, losing all
> it's foilage like the hybrid Sibs?  I am growing a single seedling from
> SIGNA seed and it is either totally dormant or dead.  I would prefer the
> former.
> BTW, can you or anyone else spell out chrysographes phonetically?

Hi Rick!

I can't answer your first question, but as for the pronunciation, try
Kris-owe-GRAF-eeze (the species name is Greek for "golden writing",
referring to the lines on the falls).

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

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