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Re: plant sale

In a message dated 05/15/2004 9:48:43 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Cersgarden@aol.com writes:

> 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 
> lists 
> it as a 5. I love Carex.  My favorite is Carex oshimensis 'Evergold'

I just copied the Sunny Border label, which also lists  zone 5-9.  Wouldn't 
you think the name 'Snowline' would suggest hardiness beyond zone 6?  Anyway I 
hope it works because it is a nice-looking one and was a bit pricey.

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