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RE: Fw: Alan Bloom Dies Aged 98

You will never know if it is interesting/unique enough till you try to
market it.... as long as you can consistently propagate it, I would try...
Of course some big company would offer you a small token for it, but maybe
you could at least get it named after you- (lindsey's vinca?) - although I
think there is a similar variegated form out there already, since for some
reason it looks familiar?

Now with your lily... if it is hit or miss yearly, then I guess that one
would be just a collectors special edition in the lindsey gardens... :)

Congrats on having specialty plants appearing in your yard... some of us are
not that lucky, I tend to be happy if the original just comes back :-)

Ps here you can go to the county office and find the entire history of the
land you own. I did that before building this home, just to ensure it was
not a graveyard or garbage dump prior to the farm land it was...

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On
> Behalf Of Christopher P. Lindsey
> Sent: Saturday, April 02, 2005 9:50 PM
> To: gardenchat@hort.net
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Fw: Alan Bloom Dies Aged 98
> > My those are interesting Chris.  I wonder about variegations reverting
> > though.  Has that Vinca continued to carry it?  I see green around it.
> > That's pretty neat on the blackberry lily.  Mine have always been
> single.
> The Vinca continues to produce variegated shoots.  I've since divided it
> and have three plants in various places throughout my garden -- it
> originally
> appeared in the middle of a path and wasn't very vigorous there.
> I'm not quite sure what to do with it.  I think it's interesting, but I'm
> not sure if it's interesting/unique enough for the market.  I find the
> pointed leaf tips curious, though.
> Although all of these mutations makes me wonder what's in our water
> supply.
> Or maybe I'm gardening on top of an radioactive waste dump!  :)
> Chris
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