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Re: rose of sharon


Thanks for the offer Donna, but I'm thinking of getting rid of 'Diana'
as it is. She's a pretty pure white cultivar that I've had for many
years, but the JBs on her annoy the heck out of me. Plus when her blooms
are done she drops these big done buds all over the walkway.

Kitty

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> Any last takers on the rose of Sharon starts before they get pitched? I 
> know Melody wants one and will get that out in the mail Tuesday....still 
> have a few left. 
> 
> Donna 
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