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Re: Philo. "Xanadu"

Scott, I hope you meant zone 9b for Orlando. If not you must be in an
extremely cold pocket!!! Here at Leu Gardens in Orlando we just planted a
large bed of Xanadu for a groundcover in an area shaded by Live Oaks. From my
experience they seem to be as hardy as Selloum. Unfortuneatly I don't have
anything to add to the naming mystery but am interested in what finally comes
Eric Schmidt
Orlando, FL.

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