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Re: Vanderbilt Restoration (was: Me - Questions - Questions)

Z88KEYS@aol.com wrote:
> I have limited quantities of some of my own introductions that are  over 20
> years old, and some 30 years old.  If anyone is interested in starts of them,
> let me know. They are not old enough for the Vanderbilt site, but may
> interest someone collecting historic remontants (rebloomers), a field that is
> wide open at the moment.  Lloyd Zurbrigg  Box 52444, Durham, NC 27717.  (For
> l997, of course).

I've always said I'm moreof a plant historian than an innovator. If you
have a few to spare, I'd love them!
Carol Wallace

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