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Re: Christmas Rose?

In a message dated 12/07/2000 10:01:17 AM Eastern Standard Time,
Anne.M.Kolaczyk.1@nd.edu writes:

Sam Jones of Piccadilly Farms has a yearly Hellebores Festival when they're
> in bloom. What a treat to go to his home/nursery. If anyone is ever in
> Georgia, it's a must see. His Hostas are spectacular. His gardens are a
> dream.

I agree, Lu, and that is where my wild flowering Hellebores came from. It is
in a deep bed of compost so mine was having so much fun it kept on blooming I


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