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Re: Thalia dealbata


Susan

Sorry, hit the send button by mistake before completing the reply! Was going 
to finish by saying it could be grown in a pot if kept in a large saucer of 
water and well fed. It has beautiful blue-purple flowers and has very 
attractive leaves on long stems, very elegant. Enjoy your seedlings!

Geoffrey Kibby
London





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