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Re: Gentiana andrewsii + speaking of blooming... (Spiranthes cernua)

My two "nodding ladies tresses" (native north american members of the  
orchidaeceae) have sent up seven bloom spikes between them.  Hoping  
they have a chance to bloom before the temps dip below freezing.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Sep 24, 2006, at 10:50 AM, Donna wrote:

> My Gentiana andrewsii is finally blooming it's heart out.... Gene, you
> shouldn't give up on them, I think they just need more publicity.....
> If the weather holds out, anyone interested in seeds?
> and speaking of seeds..... once again if the weather holds out to  
> get them.....
> If anyone wants to try the Polygonum orientale - the varigated version
> (don't know the name, was given to me as 'kiss me plant') I will have
> those as well- but be careful- they do seed around but are easy to  
> pull
> out in the spring. It is an annual here, not sure what it would do in
> the south....
> And those purple leaf plant that the name totally escapes me is also
> going to seed- we discussed them a month or so ago....someone help me
> out here... I think you guys were adding it to your salads.. LOL!
> (sorry- out the door, no time to look it up)
> Donna
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