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Re: Cornus

Wow- do those look very similar.  Mine does look like that. I'll save 
the links and check it out when it gets leaves in another month or so.  


Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>That is true Gene!  And it has deepened in redness as it has gotten a 
>>bit older.  My, but it would have been helpful if I'd written down what 
>>it was when I got it.  Mine does have really nicely variegated leaves in 
>>the spring/summer.
>Hi Theresa,
>   My guess would be that it's either 'Elegantissima' or 'Bailhalo' 
>   (also known as Ivory Halo [R]) -- those are the two most common
>   selections in the trade right now.
>   Ivory Halo [R] tends to be more greenish in the center, whereas 
>   'Elegantissima' is more of a grayish-green.
>   Ivory Halo [R]: 
>      http://www.hort.net/gallery/view/cor/coralba12
>   'Elegantissima':
>      http://wp.hort.net/plant/coralam10
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