Re: I. susiana
In a message dated 96-11-23 11:43:35 EST, you write:
Sharon McAllister said
>That doesn't mean you can't get something with many susiana traits. Of the
>species currently in distribution, I. kirkwoodii and I. sofarana (syn. I.
>calcaria) are most like I. susiana.
Of these and I. susiana, which, if any, is most likely to be growable in the
wet hot climates?
Linda Mann firstname.lastname@example.org east TN USA