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Re: Re:Cyclamen hardiness was: new purchases


Marge

Complements on your great file system

Nina Lambert, Ithaca, New York z5, with her articles and talks to NARGS
chapters has popularized hardy cyclamen here in the north. See:
http://www.nargs.org/potm/potm_mar99.html

Gardensnorth,(see: http://gardensnorth.com/site/ ) this year is offering
Cyclamen purpurascens seed. Kristl Walek claims that in a well-drained spot,
it's the hardiest Cyclamen. .

If the CHAT Caravan swings North, a stop there and at Gerald Taaffe's garden
is a must, especially when his blue poppies are in bloom.

Brian Carson Zn4

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