Article: Karl Foerster's Lasting Imprint on the World of Horticulture: Interesting and informative
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|Thank you for the very interesting article. I learned many new things from reading it. One is that my Goldstrum was one of his plants. Would love to find some of his delphinium, I have not had good luck with other culitvars, maybe this one would do well.
Very interesting to have a small glimps into his life.
|Thanks for your comments, Lynn. I've not been able to find a supplier for the Karl Foerster delphiniums in the U.S. Here is a seed source in the U.K.: http://www.chilternseeds.co.uk/chilternseeds/moreinfo/d/delp...
Happy gardening! Larry☼
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