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Re: Species for Beginners I. pumila

I have tried quite a few pumilas. As you suggested, they do not like the heat
here.  I still have BITSY BLUE  and l867 from Lynda Miller, though neither is
really flourishing. That number is not quite right, and the Millers have
discarded it, but I can look it up for you. I too get pollen each year from
Lynda and sometimes from the Burtons in Mass., north of Boston.  Lloyd Z.
 Durham, NC  Zone 7.5

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