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Re:SPU: recommendations

From: fleurdelis <fleurdelis@snowcrest.net>


I also would like to hear some more discussion about Spurias.  

I purchased 8 from Bay View Gardens (they sent a total of 11) the summer 
before last and would highly reccomend them as a source.  All 11 of them 
lived through the first winter and all but one of them bloomed the first 
year!  This is very unusual from what I have read. Most sources say 
Spurias will take two to three years to bloom.

The only reason that I did not purchase more this year was because the 
blooms were seriously attacked by ants.  To the point that the blooms 
lasted less than a day and were then eaten up.  If I can find a solution 
to this problem before summer I will purchase  more.  This needs to be an 
organic solution, I prefer not to use dangerous chemicals.

Any ideas out there?

Sandra Archibald
Ashland, Oregon
Zone 6-7

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