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Re: Information

  • Subject: Re: [IGSROBIN] Information
  • From: George & Susan Bell <geobell@HUMBOLDT1.COM>
  • Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 11:46:20 -0700

Hello all,
I, too, have the Angel Michael.  I love the flower and it is growing nicely here in Eureka, CA.

Susan Bell

"Cynthia S. Lohry" wrote:

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> Bill,
>
> Michael is an angel.  Technically, an angel/species hybrid developed by Jay
> Kapac.  It's part of the archangel series.  It will form a nice rounded plant
> with little need for pruning back.  Does particularly well in hanging
> baskets.  It has a very long bloom period as well.
>
> Cynthia Lohry
>
> PS  If you are going to take cuttings, keep them more moist than you do your
> regular cuttings.  And start out with larger cuttings than usual.  I get
> better results that way.
>
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> <HTML><FONT FACE=arial,helvetica><FONT  SIZE=2>Bill,
> <BR>
> <BR>Michael is an angel. &nbsp;Technically, an angel/species hybrid developed by Jay
> <BR>Kapac. &nbsp;It's part of the archangel series. &nbsp;It will form a nice rounded plant
> <BR>with little need for pruning back. &nbsp;Does particularly well in hanging
> <BR>baskets. &nbsp;It has a very long bloom period as well. &nbsp;
> <BR>
> <BR>Cynthia Lohry
> <BR>
> <BR>PS &nbsp;If you are going to take cuttings, keep them more moist than you do your
> <BR>regular cuttings. &nbsp;And start out with larger cuttings than usual. &nbsp;I get
> <BR>better results that way.
> <BR>
> <BR></FONT></HTML>
>
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