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I. tectorum

    My appetite was whetted by Lloyd's note about I. tectorum, and I 
was reminded of it when reading what Barry Silver wrote.  A friend 
gave me a couple plants this summer, and because I have never seen it 
grow anywhere I had no idea what I was getting.  Now I'm excited and 
eager to find out what it will do here in my garden.  I hope it is 
hardy enough to survive a NW Iowa winter; I certainly intend to give 
it a good mulch cover.  Can I expect it to be that hardy, or is it 
likely to be a lost cause here?

Arnold Koekkoek (NW Iowa, Zone 4)

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