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July Post on Companion Plants

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Hi All! I've posted my July essay which continues the theme of companion plants from last month. This time I'm featuring a group that I like in my herbaceous
Barry
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Jul 20

From the ASK US page--CC the sender

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Name: E. Cassell E-mail: bethcassell@... Subject: buying azalea seed Where you live (City/State): Center, Texas Message: I'm in zone 8, deep east
'Jennifer Golden'
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Jul 18

Still trying to get it right ...

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Hi Mike, Yes, several members of our club also claim to root 1" cuttings, but I've noticed that the longer they are the better the root system and survival
Barry
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Jun 30

Fwd: Testing

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Here ... This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus
Barry
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Jun 27

White Calendulaceum on Spruce Knob

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Joe Do you have any images of that white calendulaceum. I greatly appreciate the information the information you have provided and look forward to hearing
sjperk5
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Jun 27

Information on Nels Nelson?

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Nels Nelson was an ASA member who lived in Millsboro, Delaware. He was a founding member of the Delmarva Chapter. He was a breeder, collector, wild plant
William C. Miller III
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Jun 27

Looking for ...

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Thanks for the quick, multiple answers! I've passed them on. Barry
Barry
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Jun 22

June Essay published

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Thanks, Joe! I have a second "Companion Plants" essay scheduled for next month, focusing on Heucheras. Hope it's useful! Barry
Barry
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Jun 21

Variable Flowes - was [AZ] Satsuki azalea ID

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Thanks again, Andy, I definitely know more than I knew a few days ago! Barry
Barry
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May 29

Satsuki azalea ID

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Thank you, Barry and Jim.  This discussion also helped me (as well as well as Will Ferrell) to finally identify a highly variable Satsuki that I had just
Mike Creel
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May 27

R. calendulaceum x Washing State Centennial

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Red Both parents are most likely tetraploids or nearly so. I know WSC is a tetraploid or nearly so. I do not know if I have tested Down By the River because I
Occidentale
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May 26

Saw Fly larva

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One of the reasons that most people avoid the Exbury deciduous azaleas in the Northeast is the sawfly larvae’s ability to destroy all the spring growth
Occidentale
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May 23

May Essay

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Hi All! Just back from the Green Spring Gardens sale with the Northern VA chapter. We had a great time, great weather and a steady flow of customers so that I
Barry
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May 20

Ball truss eastmanii I call Charles Eastman

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Attached are some photos of my ball truss forming eastmanii, which always blooms too late for being pollinated by two, more-normal, eastmanii which precede it
Mike Creel
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May 19
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