RE: [AZ] A Mike Creel Article- Mar/Apr '91
- I would appreciate a copy. If you have been able to scan in into an Adobe
Acrobat file, it will transfer and download faster.
Pass Christian zone 8b
the few perhaps interested. Write me at
CreelM(at)sc.dnr.gov and ask for The Wild Ones, SCW
magazine March-April 1991 I wrote it before
discovering Rhododendron eastmanii
Mike Creel, Zone 8a
From: Mike Creel [mailto:mikeacreel@...]
- Barbara, please send me a message to my work computer
where I have the file. It is an rtf Richtext file
which eaqual Word 6 or 7. The file is a simple word
processing file with editing notes, nothing fancy, no
photos, just addressing the then-known azaleas native
to my state of South Carolina. Earlier I gave the
incorrect e-mail address. My correct office e-mail
address is is creelm@.... I don't have the
software to create pdf files but have to beg others.
Today South Carolina can claim an additional species -
Rhododendron eastmanii, the May White Azalea found in
11 SC counties primarily on bluffs with
circumneutral-tending soils, influenced by local
limestone. I think this species may have been
relocated (from nearby) by CCC workers to non-habitat
sites on two public parks.
--- iffy123 <iffy123@...> wrote:
> I would appreciate a copy. If you have been able to
> scan in into an Adobe
> Acrobat file, it will transfer and download faster.
> Barbara O'Meallie
> Pass Christian zone 8b
> the few perhaps interested. Write me at
> CreelM(at)sc.dnr.gov and ask for The Wild Ones, SCW
> magazine March-April 1991 I wrote it before
> discovering Rhododendron eastmanii
> Mike Creel, Zone 8a
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mike Creel [mailto:mikeacreel@...]
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