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Re: Kifukurin Ko Mame

In a message dated 07/20/2000 10:00:38 PM Central Daylight Time, 
wie1086@oh.verio.com writes:

<< Need help on this one. Just received this plant and I can't find any
 info. Marvin are you out there, it is on your list as 2338-iac. Anything
 would be helpful. Looks like a miniture.
 Ray >>

Yes, it's a small plant. Grows 1-2 inches tall with longer than wide leaves 
that have undulated margins.  Margins are yellowish-cream variegated.

Plants are Stoloniferous and form nice thick spreading clumps.
Takes 1/3 day sun well.

A good grower, that I like very much as a ground cover or used as an edging 

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