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Re: plant sale/ Carex Snowline

Hello Ceres,
    I have had this one in the garden for a few years now. I purchased mine
for it was recommended for dry shade.... supposed it must really be
versatile. Have it in a raised bed with all kinds of root competition,
little direct light. Performs very nicely and is pretty much evergreen. Deer
have taken a bite once, then left it alone. Mine is with ferns, hosta and

----- Original Message -----
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>

> Could this be  Carex conica bSnowline'?  I did a search on the plant and
> found this difference also found Avant lists it as a zone 6 plant but Gene
> it as a 5. I love Carex.  My favorite is Carex oshimensis 'Evergold'.
>     Ceres

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