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Re: Euphorbia à ËBlue Hazeà â

I send an email to Crownsville about the Euphorbia Blue Haze we discussed.  
This is the 'rapid' response I rcd.  I think I may hold off for another year on 
this one.     Ceres

When listing the hardiness zones of new plants that don't have a track 
record we have to reply on the information that is supplied by the 
introducer. They have told us that it is hardy to Zone 5. Plants Delight 
may be privy to some information that I am unaware of.

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