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Re: Helleborus foetiditus


Helleborus foetiditus are on their way
Thanks a mill Judy. Will be looking forward to growing them.
On Mon, 7 Apr 2003 17:06:30 -0000 "Judy L Browning"
<judybrowning@lewiston.com> writes:
> Pam, Theresa, Donna, Cathy & Tony,
> Your Helleborus foetiditus are on their way. Andrea, I'll dig yours
> tomorrow.
> I'm not worried about the postage. "Pay it forward" eh. I noticed 
> something
> has been munching on last year's seedlings. You may want to 
> quarrantine them
> for a while. They're mostly bareroot. You will get 2 or more 
> "yearlings" and
> a few sprouts. Let me know how they travel. I'm trying padded 
> mailers with
> some foam peanuts to prevent crushing (I hope). Even if they look 
> sad, they
> should snap out of it. These are tough plants. Part sun to shade, 
> dry to
> moist. Seem to get bigger the more water they get. Mine flower year 
> 2 or 3
> for a couple of years, then die. They are prolific seeders. Seed 
> tends to
> stay near mother plant, so not hard to control.
> The mature foliage is stinky if handled. As I was packaging them in 
> the post
> office it occured to me I could use that as a rebuttal if anyone 
> accused me
> of shipping marijuana plants. (similiar deeply cut leaves).
> 
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