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Re: [ ARilmed ]

"Mike Sutton" <suttons@lightspeed.net> wrote:

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whew! back from squashing the worm.  Anyway here is an arilmed we are probably
going to introduce next year.  Any input?  I am not well versed in arils.  BTW
this one is a sporadic rebloomer.

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The colours and forms are nice. For me this is not enough to consider
introduction. I also need to know how well it grows. I have problems getting
aril breds to survive and flourish so any that perform well are welcome. I get
a lot of rot as they have problems with the wet ground in the spring. 

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