Manfreda -- hardiness issues.

Jim McKenney
Sun, 14 Jun 2009 10:30:56 PDT
Dennis wrote: “My Manfreda plants are seed-grown from local populations.
It's a native wild flower here.”


Aaron wrote: “Manfreda virginica, from all the locations I have collected
it, have proven hardy in Z5 Kansas, handling temperatures  to -10F. All mine
are sending up spikes now.”



Aaron’s comment sent me out to check my plants for spikes. So far, nothing.
Otherwise, my plants seem to be growing vigorously. 


Dennis, do your plants show spikes yet? Please say no. I figure I’m about
half-way between you and Aaron. 




Jim McKenney

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