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From: linda Mann <lmann@mailhub.icx.net>

apylla (hates it here, but hasn't all died. yet) 3 clones, one died
variegata (2 clones) loves it
reichenbachii (2 clones) 1 loves it the other struggling
cristata - woods are full of wild ones
GERALD DARBY - loves it
pallida - one clone, a weed here, but often frozen bloom (too early).  I
meant to buy some more pallida clones last year, but didn't.  Also tried
to get AMAS but they were out.
species type Siberian self sows all over the yard.

Lowell Baumunk, will you be selling species again this year?

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA

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