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Re: source for Ground Pine

Chris - did you see the Hydrophyllum canadense, Northeastern Native
Waterleaf? Oooohhh! And I see they carry Glaucidium. If you don't have
one, get one. But, I believe Seneca Hill is cheaper.

neIN, Zone5

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> > So you liked it too, eh? It requires an acid soil, which isn't common 
> > here, but our Woodland Fen garden does adjust pH for some of their 
> > plantings, so I think they could deal with it. Thanks for finding that 
> > source for me, my google didn't yield that and froogle had nothing. 
> Yeah, it strikes me as being insanely cute. :) 
> The guy who built my house (circa 1939) had a cabin in Minnesota that he'd 
> drive up to several times a year. Each time he'd return with a small tree 
> dug up from the woods by the lakeshore and would plant it out back. 
> Now I have a dense stand of hemlock, firs, spruce, arborvitae, and pines 
> that are 40+ years old -- sound acidic enough? :) 
> I took some photos of my yard that I hope to get up sometime, but I'm 
> just slow. 
> Chris 
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