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WANTED: aster species needed

Posted by aesculus100 Z6 OH (My Page) on
Fri, May 14, 04 at 20:16

I am looking for seeds or plants of the following species of Asters: Oclemena acuminata (Whorled Wood Aster); Eurybia furcata (Forked Aster); Eurybia schreberi (Schreber's Aster); Symphyotricum praealtum var. praealtum (Willowleaf Aster); Symphyotricum novi-belgii (Hairy New York Aster); and Symphyotricum tradescantii (Shore Aster).

These species are required to complete a display bed devoted to Asters. Any help you provide in obtaining them will be greatly appreciated.

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