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Re: Fw: Sport Identificatin


James M. Anderson wrote:
> 
> 
> Jim,
> 
> We have a wide margined Fragrant Bouquet from TC, but the coloring is
> normal.  Saw a dark green one at Mary's but is looked like a normal
> margin.  Yours sounds unique and may be an improvement on the
> original.  I think the one Mary has is.
> 
> I sent the picture here, as I could not seem to send it to AHS-Robin.
> 
> Jim Anderson
> 
> frag bouq imag.jpg  (sport compared to normal Fragrant Bouquet)
> 
>                              Name: frag bouq imag.jpg
>               Part 1.2       Type: JPEG Image (image/jpeg)
>                          Encoding: base64
WOW Jim !!!!!!
That is fantastic----I need one RIGHT AWAY !!!!!!!!!
Ran Lydell
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