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Re: Opinion?

In a message dated 3/21/1999 11:01:21 AM Central Standard Time,
mike.groothuis@worldnet.att.net writes:

<< I was thinking of ordering these 4 for this spring. Any pros/cons I
 should know about? Thanks.
 H. 'Devon Green'
 H. 'Shining Tot'
 H. 'Tortifrons'
 H. 'Heaven Scent'

I think 'Tortifrons' is a beautiful addition to the garden. The "con" is that,
in my opinion, it is difficult to grow. The trick is moisture. I had it
growing beautifully in a container with little soil, lots of pebbles at
bottom, in a saucer that I kept constantly with water. I then transplanted it
to the ground. It was gone the next spring.

I have seen some nice specimens of it in the ground. Particularly in the
Stygall garden in Indy. You might want to ask Patsy how she does

Clyde Crockett z5 

Clyde Crockett
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