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RE: Daylilies>names/PDN

Don't have that Phlox... but I do have a - who knows what one, that was
given to me. Previous years it was just ok, but this year it really
flourished and I can smell it every time I get out of my car- which is a
good 40 ft from the plant. Fills the entire front yard....yet I can
never recall smelling it before-- strange!


> In a message dated 7/22/04 8:55:19 PM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
> << Has anyone here purchased Phlox maculata 'Natascha'  >>
> Kitty, I had it in my garden several yrs ago but lost it after 2 yrs.
> purchased it from the greenhouse where I work.
>     Ceres

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