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From: Carl Denton <trilliums at TRILLIUMS.PLUS.COM>
Subject: Re: Trillium nivale
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[mailto:TRILLIUM-L at NIC.SURFNET.NL]On Behalf Of John Lonsdale
Sent: 09 March 2004 22:00
Subject: Re: Trillium nivale

>I have a 6" pot of Trillium rivale 'Purple Heart' in full flower (8 flow=ers
open, about as many non-flowering stems) in my room on the 11th floor of =my
hotel in Orlando, Fl.  How it got here is a long story!

It is gorgeous.  Probably a first for Orange County.
Dr John T Lonsdale,<

Hi John,
It will look good.
Can you clarify that the non flowering stems have only a single seedling
leaf on each stem, and none have a triple leaf.
I would love to hear the long story but only if it is decent and does not
trespass on other peoples confidences.
Leeds  Yorkshire  England  Z 8
carl at


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