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Re: Lily Show

Congratulations on the recognition of your handwork.
I was sort of thinking that my lilies were early this year.  My Fair 
Lady, Rose Point Lace, Aphrodite, and candidum, among others are all 
fully in bloom.  But then it probably just seems that way because I'm 
running late.  I noticed the Tawny Daylilies are right on schedule.  
They always show on the cusp of June/July.  
Also - maybe you can help me on this - I have a vigorous bright perfect 
yellow asiatic that I bought years ago and has multiplied over and over 
in bloom now.  Apparently I didn't keep the name, but it is something 
like 'Connecticut King'.  Does this ring a bell?


----- Original Message -----
From: Cersgarden@aol.com
Date: Friday, June 27, 2003 8:32 am
Subject: [CHAT] Lily Show

> Our lily society has our annual show this weekend at a shopping 
> mall.  I have 
> many lilies in bloom but they are late this year.  I have talked 
> with several 
> members who have few or none in bloom yet which may result in a 
> small show.  
> I do not show lilies but I do love them.
>    Also have our state quilt guild show this weekend.  Just got 
> word I rcd 
> Best of Show for handwork (hand dimensional applique, hand 
> quilted, silk ribbon 
> embroidery).
>    Enjoy the weekend!
>        Ceres 
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