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Re: Ivies

  • Subject: Re: Ivies
  • From: William F Hummel <wfhummel@COMCAST.NET>
  • Date: Sat, 1 May 2004 08:23:46 -0700

Bill, thanks for the info.  I'm not into making a new collection of
ivies.  I am taking cuttings of my own ivies now, mainly to provide
material for bedding and container displays.


>Try going to the LA Sale and Sho at Descanso(sp) gardens.  I will be =
>todonate some species.  Also the following Sunday, the Central Coast =
Show and
>Sale near Pismo Beach.  I know that the CCSale usually has some iveys =
that go
>fast.  I will be there, also as that is my branch, with various =
>Bill in San Jose

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