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RE: todays experience

I knew about the plant but thought the sale at the Chgo Botanic (note no
al, they are very fuzzy about that) was next week :(

Anyways, here is some info on the plant:


also found this while looking to see if I missed the sale....


I believe someone from one of Chris other list (perennials?) talked
about having one of these plants last year. Seemed it did not get big
enough to bloom or something... check the archives if you want more


> Heard a report on NPR sometime last week, Donna, that the Chicago
> botanical garden [something like that] had developed a pumpkin orange
> cone flower. Wondered if you'd heard about it or seen it. The were
> selling them at the garden, and when the sale was over and all the
> plants were gone, the guy who developed it realized he had not set one
> aside for himself.

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