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August 10, 2010
7:26 AM

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Hi Todd,
It's been a while. I have grown S. obtusa for years and one similar to S. canadensis, but with taller, more lax flowers (I have lost this one). In Ireland, I never found any problem with drought, probably because we don't get it often.
The pink of 'obtusa' blends beautifully with many other plants and those nodding 'brushes' always caused comment.

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