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Re: Yellow/Gold all Season----New Topic---Spring Beauties

In a message dated 5/13/1999 4:39:16 PM Central Daylight Time, 
CCREDUX@aol.com writes:

<< Yes it does turn to a yellowish green color. But I think of it as I think 
 a tulip---enjoy the brilliant color in the spring. Which brings to mind a 
 topic==Spring Beauties. 
 I wouldn't part with a big stand of 'Fortunei Albopicta' in my garden, or 
 'Fortunei Aurea' even though they green up.Golden Anniversary is another. 
 Also, H. ventricosa 'Aureamaculata'. H. longipes 'Aurea'. 'Aoki'.  What are 
 some others?
Chines sunrise,twinkels, seafire, feather boa.
Those are the few I noticed today.

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