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Re: Cornus

Hmm- I obviously have no snow, and the red stems still stand out.  So 
perhaps I can assume mine is not Midwinter fire.


Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

>In a message dated 2/24/06 11:05:18 PM, tchessie1@sbcglobal.net writes:
>>It has very nice red stems in winter,
>>and variegated leaves, but not sure what it is...
>Theresa, Midwinter Fire is peachy/orange to red unlike the dk red I have 
>which also has varigated foliage.   It does stand out against the snow but is 
>rather lost when no snow.
>     Ceres 
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