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'Hasamona Cynthia Ann'


The beautiful streaked sport of Wide Brim arrived today, wonderfully
packed with wet feet and turgid leaves. It is now potted up in a 5 inch
pot with leaves temporarily tied in an upright position with twistem
wire in a shady corner of my greenhouse. When the root growth extends
out to the edge of the pot in about 30 days, I will know it is well
established and ready to be planted in the garden. Meanwhile I will
water it frequently and  mist it daily. It has found a good home in my
garden on top of Backbone Mountain in Western Maryland at 3000 feet
altitude. The nights and mornings are cool...perhaps like the weather in
New York?

I am afraid the plant you sent me is more beautiful and more valuable
than the one I sent you (Parky's Prize), therefore just to mach sure the
trade is fair, I will send you another plant I am sure you will like.

Thank you very much, Dave. I shall value the plant highly and remember
its history.

Jim Hawes

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