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RE: Hydrangea serrata 'Woodlander'

Sorry Lynda.. don't have an answer for you.

But Kitty.... that sounds interesting (Lemon Wave). Would be interested
to know how it fairs thru winter for you.

Got to agree, lost a lot of plants that are a 'given' to make it here.
Interesting how others that are marginal survived and are really
thriving.. It is a jungle out there with the weather we have now. 


> Lynda,
> Still nothing, but I've asked the folks at Hydrangeas Plus if they
know of
> it. Will let you know.
> It does sound like a stunner. I just ordered another one myself H.
> 'Lemon Wave', a lacecap. Leaves are splotched green, cream, silver,
> white.

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