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Question on Uzo No Mai

Here in zone 3a-4b, the minis can be an adventure. Four years ago I had
an H. 'Uzo No Mai' that flourished, survived our most difficult winter
(1996-97), and was a stunner in summer '97. The next winter, a mild one,
hastened its demise. This spring, I bought another, which seems strong
and has a largish (1.5 in.) crown. I am going to attempt to pot it up
and see it through this winter indoors. Any suggestions as to light and

Thanks, Kris

Kristi A. Groberg, Ph.D.

"Rise up, and continue . . ."

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