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[IGSROBIN] P boranense

Hello again,

Yes, I confess, I haven't been online for a day or so :-))) so now I am
making up for lost time! Caught redhanded as you might say :-))) which
doesn't mean I am catching up with my e-mails...no way!

Just stumbled over P boranense..has anyone it growing at home? Looks to be
a tuberous rooted pel, but that's about it :-))) ignorance rules here!

All the best from Ingrid in Sweden ( one good thing about snow, you can't
see any slugs...! Thanks for all the info Andrew :-)))!

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