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Re: Texas bluebonnets

Well, maybe I just did something else wrong or maybe they will do better this 
year.  I'll keep trying because I reallywould like to have them.  

In a message dated 03/21/2003 6:50:41 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
cathyc@rnet.com writes:

> On Friday, March 21, 2003, at 04:57 PM, cathy carpenter wrote:
> >You are too far north? I've had no problem with it here in z5b.
> >Cathy
> >On Sunday, March 16, 2003, at 04:14 PM, Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:
> >
> >>In a message dated 03/16/2003 5:01:22 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> >>gardenqueen@gbronline.com writes:
> >>
> >>>winecup maybe?  Callirhoe something or another - also called poppy 
> >>>mallow by
> >>>some?
> >>>
> >>>P
> >>>
> >>
> >>Thanks, but no.  I grow those - Callarihoe involucrata - or at least 
> >>I try
> >>to, with only moderate success because we are too far north.  

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