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Re: Re: CULT: TB Argus Pheasant

It is not as much as Wabash or Quaker Lady but the Argus Pheasant I'm growing does have a trace of PBF. Check your's closely and if it is AP I think you can see just a trace PBF.  Lee Mincy

ChatOWhitehall@aol.com wrote:  In a message dated 5/12/2007 4:41:02 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
inanda1@mts.net writes:

year. Thought it was PBF but mine isn't!!!!>>

It does not appear on Edinger's list of PBF cultivars. That list is here: 

It may be published elsewhere as well. I've got a copy in a notebook, too, 
which is useful 

And Jeff Waters would probably be able to confirm. He wrote a piece for 
ROOTS on the name. You might reread that. If he is around he will probably see 
your subject line and opine. 

Yes. I think there is a lot of that going around. She was on my mind when 
the new fringe tree was in bloom. She was absolutely mad for fringe trees. 

I think that so long as we remember, friends are immortal. I had a nice 
conversation with my father the other day about Rilke, and Father has been dead 
for a decade. It was a little one sided, mind you, but I knew exactly what he 
was thinking.


Anner Whitehead
Richmond VA USA 
Jamestown Expedition and Settlement Quadricentennial May, 1607- May, 2007
"At one time...it was all Virginia."

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