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CULT:Color variation (Was Mike's 2001, THORNBIRD, etc)

In a message dated 4/27/2000 4:16:19 AM Central Daylight Time, 
janclarx@hotmail.com writes:

<< There can't 
 surely be that much variation? >>

Want to bet?  I saved a sibling to REBOUND simply because it was a brown 
(yes, BROWN) plicata.  It had bad branching and low bud count, but brown 
plicatas are rare and I LIKED it.  It bloomed today for the first time at the 
new place and it is no longer brown.  It is now old rose.  Ugh!  Oh well.  
The branching and bud count are better.

Depending on locations, PHOENIX would bloom either plain reg purple OR a deep 
beetroot.  Much prettier with the latter. My opinion.

Betty in BG KY.  If you don't know where it is, ask and I'll tell you.  

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