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[PHOTO] Re: Bye Bye Blues/Alien Mist

> ----- Original Message -----

> That's Bye Bye Blues.  You are right Dennis, Alien Mist is more blue-gray.
> When BBB first opens it has that nice blue blaze on it, after it has been
> open for awhile it looks like a reverse with no blaze on the falls.  If
> someone has Alien Mist, watch out, it could take over your garden in a few
> short years....dang weed.
> Mike
> > This reminds me of Alien Mist.  I'll double check when A.M. blooms in a
> few
> > days.
> > I think A.M. is more blue-gray and less white than Bye Bye Blues.

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