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TimestampGenusSpeciesPlant NumberLocationGrowerDateSite ExposureInsects or DiseasesFlowers/FruitFall ColorPlant Size H/WHardiness Y/NCulture/SoilOrnamental Value/CommentsReccomend

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3/10/2012 11:34:08IrissintensiiBeatriceDon Weldon3/2012part shadenaPoorExcellentnadied91No

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3/10/2012 11:43:42Quercusmacrocarpa "Lippert"11-025BeatriceDon Weldon2012full sun10
first flush leaves burned up out of greenhouse as Bob predicted
PoorExcellent4 + 2 inch growthY6 lawn over clay10Yes

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8/7/2012 14:47:19BetulapapyriferaLincoln, NELaurie Hodges8/6/2012Full Sunsapsucker holes weakened major branch; squirrels chew bark every spring to get at sap and can girdle stems. Severe breakage in winter ice storm resulted in cutting to the ground in 2012. Possible to re-grow from suckers. Niobrara seed source from NSA in early 1990's. GoodExcellent>15 ft/10 ftyes4 clay loamaesthetics - 8 clean white bark with excellent bright yellow fall foliage. Interesting in spring as leaves and catkins emergeYes

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4/22/2013 5:47:18Alliumtextile12-001Wayne State CollogeKim Schramm4/19/2013Full sun10GoodPoor6''x6''YGrew in one gallon rootmaker pot from spring 2012 till fall 2012. Planted in prairie area in fall of 2012. Soil is a 5.Plant is small and not very noticeable in the prairie at this time. Did have two flushes of flowers in 2012. Value-5Yes

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4/22/2013 5:48:37Alliumtextile12-001Wayne State CollogeKim Schramm4/19/2013Full sun10GoodPoor6''x6''YGrew in one gallon rootmaker pot from spring 2012 till fall 2012. Planted in prairie area in fall of 2012. Soil is a 5.Plant is small and not very noticeable in the prairie at this time. Did have two flushes of flowers in 2012. Value-5Yes

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6/28/2013 12:25:16SpodiopogonsibericusBeatriceGail Russell6/28/2013Part SunNoneGoodGood18" H, 12" WYClay soil. Soil rating 6. Rock Garden. 8
Interesting shape. Different than most grasses. Similar to Bamboo.
Burgundy fall color.
Supplemental water provided in 2012 due to drought. But plant was difficult to water - on a slope in rock garden. Did fine.
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