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Re: Christmas Rose?

In a message dated 12/6/2000 10:42:48 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
andrewl@hostahaven.com writes:

<< what the hell is a Christmas Rose >>
Andrew ... for not knowing, remove "plantsman" from your name, do not pass 
go, do not collect $200, and go directly to Hellebore jail..
In fact H.niger grows in zones 3-8, H. foetidus in zones 6-9, H.orintalis in 
zones 4-9 and H. argutifolius in Zones 7-8( probably the one you 're thinking 
of. My experince is although they prefer a moist woodsy soil in the shade, 
mine did weell in dry shade. Actually they kida look like a hosta shredded by 
a hail storm . 
 Walter in Pineville Pa zone 6B     
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