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Re: American Gardener/ Gentiana

Hello again Dan,
    Curious... I see you have lobelia and parnassia as companions. Those are
usually give some extra moisture. Especially the parnassia. Is the area in
your garden a seepage are or wet spot in the garden. Area that floods
    I would be interested in fresh seed of andrewsii if it becomes available
this late fall. Hopefully will be able to trade some g. saponaria.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana
----- Original Message -----
> Hi Gene,
> I do collect seeds from G. andrewsii and sprinkle them in pots for next
> years swaps. Let me know if you are interested in seeds. The G.
> seems to be growing nicely and will bloom for the first time this year.
> Gentians share a space with a group of Arisaema, Lobelia siphilitica and
> cardinalis, Ginseng and a Parnassia palustris. Quite an odd mix and
> certainly not color coordinated but it is one of my few shaded areas where
> plants do extremely well.
> Dan

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