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Re: Golds


in my garden, "sea fire" comes up such a bright yellow that you almost
need sunglasses to look at it. by late june , early july it changes to a
chartruese green and then medium green. i have it planted in a spot that
gets very bright light all day. it's about 36'' in diameter. in fact, all
of the plants in this location are three times larger than the ones in he
shade. imagine that.
tom (atlanta)

BSteg46464 wrote:

> How about 'Sea Fire'?
> Bev Stegeman
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