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Re:OT PKG from Anner


Walter wrote:
>     I have never seen such care go into the packing of a PKG in
>all of my life.  Anner sent two pseudacorus that could have survived a two
>weeks trip across the Sahara and still have arrived green, crisp, and
>moist.  The historic TB, ALCAZAR, was already bleached, so all I have to
>do is 'set' it in its reserved spot in the historical bed.  And, two
>surprises (extras) were in the box...the daylily RED RIBBONS and a potted
>rose, BUFF BEAUTY.  Not one speck of soil was missing from the rose pot.

You'll enjoy Buff Beauty, Walter.  We have it as a shrub, but it can also be
grown successfully as a climber, and I have seen it done so.  It is a
beautiful rose.  (Rather more apricot-coloured here than buff.)

Ann





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