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Sorry about that personal message.  My only excuse is that is it has been=a
very hot day.  Summer is finally here in Tennessee.


> I receive the seeds today and will plant them tomorrow after church.
> Thanks for sharing them with me.  Need any Trillium lutea?  I found
another
> pod I had missed and do not want to mail Sue another package.
> Nancy Robinson
> Tennessee
>
> > were seed pods. Large clumps often had six nice full pods. I picked o=ne
> each
> > from several without guilt.
> >
> > These guys were growing in pine duff in the shade, in pine duff in fu=ll
> sun,
> > and in pitiless lumps of pink pumice on the elevated and steep sides =of
> the
> > railroad bed, in full sun. It was hot and dry, with Mt. Shasta in the
near
> > distance, chickadees and Stellar's jays, a couple kinds of penstemon =in
> > bloom.
> >
> > We were too rushed and dim witted to bring water or, better yet, to
drive
> > the side road parallel to the tracks, so we did not find Hooper Tank.
That
> > area is reputed to have trilliums, which I think would have to be T.
> > albidum. It will have to wait until the next reunion.
> >
> > If you've read this far, you might be interested to know that I will
send
> > seed to those who provide their address PRIVATELY to me (not to the
list).
> > It's an awfully pretty plant--gray green with silver veining. I expec=t
> good
> > drainage to be crucial, but it should tolerate dry heat and cold very
> well.
> > Lots of snow down that way.
> >
> > Ann Littlewood
> > Portland, OR
> >
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