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Re: CULT: Disappointing Dykes winners

Edith Wolford took about two years to acclimatize in Ottawa.

No bloom the first year, but in the second year it put up a bloom
stalk.  The result was taken to a non-sanctioned show, almost as a
joke.  It looked like an allium with its blooms bunched together and
coming out at all angles.

The third year was much better.

As I recall, the plant had very good garden features from the
beginning.  It was clean, increased well, and no disease.  It never got
to become a large clump and it was never in the best area of the garden.

As such, I have no complaints and the allium story is always good for a

We don't have many Dykes in our garden - it's too small and we can't
control our buying very well.  Clarence does well every other year; it's
also dug every other year.



Sandy Ives (where the hard frost predicted last week has come home;
without the snow at least)

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