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Helianthus 'Lemon Queen'


   I started browsing through your pictures again -- it's been a while 
   since I remember looking at them!  They're really nice!

   I noticed that you were growing Helianthus 'Lemon Queen' and wondered
   what you thought about it.  

   It was a plant that I was planning on carrying, but I changed my mind
   after seeing some horrible photos from other gardens.  I thought that
   maybe it was strictly a Midwestern plant and I didn't have enough 
   experience with it to want to risk carrying it.
   Anyone else have any experiences with it?


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