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I. pseudacorous hits S Africa

Very interesting looking thru the catalog which arrived today from the 
Robber Baron nursery to see a picture of pseudacorus.  I remember 
with pleasure that as a child in Suffolk UK way back in the days of 
WWII. We have had a lot of trouble with invasive water weeds 
particularly hyacinth here and I wonder if selling this commercially 
could be a hazard?  They also list Moraea polystachia described as a 
dainty blue autumn flower and  when my young botanist friend goes 
thru his book,  well we may just weaken and get that.  But a no no to 
the yellow flag  as Carolyn says wisely about treating the world as 
our back yard. 

All the best from
Sally in S Africa  with bad hot wind and no sign of a drop of rain

Sally Guye
email zosg@warthog.ru.ac.za

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