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Re: information on Barbara Ann

  • Subject: Re: information on Barbara Ann
  • From: Pat Mora <amora44@comcast.net>
  • Date: Tue, 04 Jun 2002 20:42:41 -0500

Hi Hank: Here is a bit of info, I'm not sure it relates to our climate, I've heard English soil and moisture seem to grow everything well.
H.'Barbara Ann':
From England: It was introduced by Park Green Nurseries and this is what they have to say about it: "Discovered at Munton's Microplants of Stowmarket, Suffolk, in a batch of tissue cultured H. sieboldiana 'Elegans' by two technicians, Barbara and Ann. It has been under trial at Park Green Nurseries over the past two seasons and has been found to grow well in the garden and in containers. The leaves are a lovely greyish-blue green with broad cream borders, and the flowers are just off-white"
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 3:46 PM
Subject: information on Barbara Ann

Hi--If anyone is growing Barbara Ann, would you please give me any information you have about growth habits, size, etc?  Any comments would be appreciated.
Hank Zumach
Stoddard, WI

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