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Photo:SDB-Boo w 4 falls (2)--1971-Markham

  • Subject: Photo:SDB-Boo w 4 falls (2)--1971-Markham
  • From: "Linda Smith" <irisgrower@cableone.net>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 14:32:33 -0700

Hi everyone,

First  time this one has had 4 falls.  It happened in several different places.

Usually Butter Pecan is the one w 4 falls, but so far it hasn't bloomed.  

Also, this seems to  be Boo's year.  Everywhere. For an oldie it sure is nice w Time to Share and Flower Shower.  Like a bouquet in my yard.


    (L. Markham, R. 1971). Sdlg. 66-8A. SDB, 12" (30 cm), M.
    White with distinct dark blue-purple spot; cream-yellow beard. Elisa Bee X Warburton 72IJ-1: ((Fairy Flax x Blue Denim) x sib). Warburton 1971.
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