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@...
> 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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