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Re: SPU: recommendations?

From: Kenneth Walker <kenww@pacbell.net>


I have a few pictures of spurias on a web page, if that helps:


Ken Walker
Concord, CA  USDA zone 9, Sunset zone 14

J.F. Hensler wrote:

> From: "J.F. Hensler" <hensler@povn.com>
> After seeing how much Spurias like it here (and how little the mice seem to
> like their taste) I've decided to take the plunge.
> Spurias don't seem to get mentioned often and I don't yet have a feel for
> what might be considered real "standouts" in the field.
> I'd love to hear some ideas on which might be good for a starter collection
> (I'm drawn to tall ones, BTW). Descriptions or photos would be especially
> helpful.
> Thanks,
> Christy Hensler
> Newport, WA z4b

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