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From: HIPSource@aol.com

In a message dated 11/20/99 8:19:33 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
icity@email.msn.com writes:

<< I too have had very good success with SF here in the middle of zone 6. I 
 it from three sources last year, planted it in several places and it has
 done well in all. We didn't treat it differently from any of the other

Greg and Kitty, thank you for this information. It clearly isn't the heat, 
the cold, or the humidity. I doubt it is the soil, although I suppose it 
could be, which means it is either  the individual start, or me. If, after 
mature consideration I can exonerate myself, I'll see about getting an 
additional start to try.

Anner Whitehead 

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