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OT: Ram's Horn Willow Tree

From: "william b. cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

     Could any of you all help Melissa find this plant?  Since she has been
so helpful to me about Daylilies, I want to help her on this one.
Mark A. Cook		billc@atlantic.net	Dunnellon, Florida.

> From: Melissa Arnold <mlarnold@altamaha.net>
> Subject: NON-Daylily/Ram's Horn Willow?
> Date: Monday, September 07, 1998 2:48 PM
> Hello Robins,
>                 I am interested in purchasing a Ram's Horn Willow Tree.
> Do any of you happen to have one potted that you would be willing to
> ship bare root this Winter?   If not,  do you know of a source I might
> could find one to have shipped this Winter?  I saw this tree at Bell's
> Daylily Garden this summer,  and  it was so unusual I think I just have
> to have one.  Please e-mail me privately if you can help me out with a
> source.
> Thanks,
> Melissa Arnold
> Region 5  Zone 8

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