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Re: (Cumberland Rosemary

Dear Cindy,

I found the plant listed in Arrowhead Alpines  and this is what was said as

Punnett has grown this for years, his originals came from Woodlanders I
think, however he almost lost it in the hard winters a couple of years ago,
we decided it's high time we propagated a bunch of it.  An Eastern American
native and rare in the wild, it resembles a small rosemary with fairly showy
flowers.  This is a choice plant that should be passed around, grow some,
root a few cuttings and give them away as Christmas presents to gardening
friends.  PS.  If you happen to grow the white form, I'd like a piece.

That is all.  Nothing about zone or where to grow it.  But, if it is a
woodlander I would think at least some shade would be tolerated.  From the
statement about hard winters above, and the reference to Eastern American,
might say that maybe it is possibly a Zone 6 plant?

Beth Arnold
Peoria Illinois  Zone 5
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