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Re: Jimmy Crack Corn

Narda wrote:
I recall that someone today said that Jimmy Crack Corn met its demise
over the winter.  Mine did too and I am thinking do I want to purchase
another?  How did it do for the rest of you? 
Hi Narda,
Mine died over thise winter and Pat Mora wrote:
My H.'Jimmy Crack Corn' also expired, that was a surprise because it looked so good before winter.
I wonder if this plant is weaker.  Mine was new last spring and looked good going into the fall.
Cindy Johnson
White Bear Lake, MN
zone 4a

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