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Re: Painted Lady Ferns

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Painted Lady Ferns
  • From: Johnscott302@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 25 Jul 2004 15:58:16 EDT

The response for info and plants of Painted  lady fern has been very good.
I now have a sizeable list of varieties and  plants of all but the 4 listed
below.
Thurman Maness, Pittsboro, NC  bWildwood  Legendb & bWildwood
Primevalb
bRed  Beautyb supposed  to be a selection from Britain.
bPewter  Laceb coming out  of tissue culture in Portland, OR.
I need any of the  following:
Catalog description, or any original source  info
Photo
Plant
Regards

John  Scott
Rockland Botanical  GardenPA zone 5

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