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Re: Mrs. Murray????

  • Subject: Re: Mrs. Murray????
  • From: Mimy Sluiter manx1@WXS.NL
  • Date: Sat, 21 Sep 2002 10:05:24 +0200

Hi Sandy,
In my files I have the following:
Barbara Murray, zonal (x hortorum) soft salmon, semi-double, normal size
Dagmar Murray, zonal (x hortorum), deep apricot salmon, double, normal
size, breeder: Ted Both, Flinders Park, South Australia pre 1962
Hope this is of some help (though probably makes things more confusing
<g>)
Mimy Sluiter

Sandy Connerley wrote:
> Hello,
>     In my quest for information on "Black Vixen" it has come to my
> attention today that in an old catalog from Bonanza Nursery, San Jose,
> California, owned by Gino Franco, that he attributed it to a person
> named Murray.  Now I have further information that he used to talk about
> a Mrs. Murray.
>     Does this jog anything in anyone's memory?
> Sandy





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