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Judy
01-08-2017
12:44 GMT
Dear Ivan I have been trying to contact you
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Ivan Brentnall
22-06-2017
10:56 GMT
On behalf of our local history society, I have been researching the work of the Johnson Brothers of Tibshelf who back in the 1900's worked to introduce new hardy cultivars. During their lifetime they produced 854 new varieties (Three illustrated in your list.) Few people grow chrysanthemums in Tibshelf nowadays and we would like to trace some of their varieties and reintroduce them to home soils. Can you help? I can send you a copy of our booklet - might be of interest.
Edited 22-06-2017 10:57
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Judy
17-01-2017
23:14 GMT
Dear Graham try October 2017 I was away filming at my partner collection Hill Close Warwick in 2016
Edited 17-01-2017 23:16
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Graham
24-10-2016
09:25 GMT
hello, just wondered if your having an open day on your allotment this year?
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Chris Vronek
01-12-2015
23:36 GMT
Thank you, so much, for getting back to me and for the information you provided.
I really appreciate this, Judy.

Chris
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from Judy
30-11-2015
20:54 GMT
Dear Chris, Fairibault Growers Mums of Minnesota sell these plants sorry I do not know of any others in the States. Sorry for the delay in reply up to my neck keeping track of my plants.
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Chris Vronek
07-09-2015
19:30 GMT
Today as I was searching for information on Korean Chrysanthemums, I ran across this site. Thank you so much!
Hopefully you will be able to help me.
I live in Virginia and have enjoyed my Korean mums,for 25 years, until, this year, when for some reason, most have died and I am left with very little.
Yes, I should have taken cuttings in June, but I did not. This is how I started my mums, from a neighbor, long ago.
Do you know of any nursery, where I could order these?
My garden, just is not the same without them and the honey bees will be missing them, as well.
Thank you for any help you can give me on this.
Chris in Richmond
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Ivor Mace
14-04-2014
22:32 GMT
Judy. Both yourself and Dr Barrie Machin should be congratulated for your work on hardy chrysanthemums. We all owe you both a great deal of thanks for all you are doing to assess hardy cultivars and for keeping them safe for future generations. Long may you both be able to continue your work.
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Graham Brown
21-10-2013
10:45 GMT
thanks for the reply and get well soon
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Judy Barker
20-10-2013
16:24 GMT
Dear Graham, I am still recovering from a total R hip replacement so sorry I am not having an allotment open day this year.
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Graham Brown
20-10-2013
09:25 GMT
 dear judy, will you be having an allotment open day
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Dave Milner
22-09-2013
21:38 GMT
 I am trying to find someone who could help me source some Green Goddess chrysanthemums, any help would be much appreciated, many thanks.
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Oana Pellea
06-05-2013
02:38 GMT
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Copacelu
18-04-2013
09:10 GMT
When you consider chrysanthemums as Birthday flowers, do you picture conspicuous corsages on homecoming rulers or the all-too commonplace orange and yellow assortments you see in markets around then each year? Whatever your style—conspicuous or easy, limited or formal—there's a mum for you.
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Maricicutzu
17-04-2013
15:49 GMT
Chrysanthemums appear to be the most misjudged and mislabeled plant at most arrangement focuses. Millions are sold as annuals each year by Clearwater Florist and all major flower shops, the pots are set on yards, the splendid colors liked until simply after ice and then the plant is discarded. Pity, since they offer so much more.
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Ringer
05-04-2013
17:00 GMT
My mom loves her flower garden and she started growing Chrysanthemums last year, unfortunately there was a pest invasion and she had to call Scottsdale pest control to get it under control. By the time the pest situation was over the chrysanthemums were gone. I hope we have better luck next year.
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