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RE: SPEC: I.Foetdissima

  • Subject: RE: SPEC: I.Foetdissima
  • From: "sdkeller" <sdkeller@fcc.net>
  • Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2001 08:47:37 -0400

Thanks for the Aitkens tip. They do offer it.

"Species, Foetidissima Lutea.   Grows best in shade. Evergreen to about 20
F; hardy to 10 F. Creamy yellow flowers. Seed pods open in the fall to show
bright orange seeds."

Interesting that their listing says it is only hardy to 10F. Our Zone 6 goes
from 0 to 10F, but since you grow it, it should survive here, possibly in a
sheltered spot.
Sally Keller
SE NY State, Zone 6

"It is absolutely forbidden to be half-hearted about gardening.
  You have got to love your garden whether you like it or not."
W. C. Sellar & R. J. Yeatman


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