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TB: Return to Bayberry

  • Subject: TB: Return to Bayberry
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 18:34:03 -0400

Mike, the longer I look at this one, the more I like it. It has
...whatever it is.... ;-)

I apologize if you've answered this before - is it just a cycle
spring/fall bloomer or does it occasionally bloom at other times?

I've saved some pollen, awaiting your answer .....

Linda M
TN (just saw on the hort.net news thingie that the USDA zones are
changing again - I may wind up in zone 8 this summer)

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