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Re: Bloodroot... WOW


Mine are less than two inches but they are young. I checked through my
slides and found a picture of the mother colony, surprisingly in full sun
with flowers 2.25" wide. I had used a toonie (CAN$2) coin as  a size

 $30US sounds pretty steep. They are always a hot seller at our OVRGS spring
plant sales, but even potted up with two or three blooms only command

This charming cultivar has quite a gardening  advantage over the single
variety. It holds unto its petals more tenaciously. The petals of the single
variety are shed  with the slightest breeze.

Brian Zn4a

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kitty" <kmrsy@earthlink.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Monday, January 06, 2003 2:01 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Bloodroot... WOW

> Brian,
> The photos of the doubles on the NARGS site are breath-taking.  Can you
> me the diameter of the double's flower?  I might like to give this one a
> again, if I can locate a reasonably priced supplier.  Last one I remember
> looking at wanted $30-US.  That's a little steep for me for dormant twiggy
> pieces that promise they will provide, but there's a chance they may not.
> Kitty

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