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Re: AHS Library

In a message dated 4/16/01 7:34:57 PM, Traveler200000@aol.com writes:


      Are montana Chirifu and montana Chirifu Tochigi different cultivars or 
two names for the same plant?

                                                      Jim Towle


I will send you my data file on the above hostas.  The first one will be 
montana Chirifu.  You will note that the 'Zillis' book will be your best 
source of further information. The reference section will tell you where to 
look and on what pages.


montana 'Chirifu'.pdf

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