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Zebra Peach Frost

Not to change the subject but while looking at photos for Griff I came across this sport which occurred in the garden a few years back.  In the middle of my Peach Frost row I had this one Varigated Foliage Peach Frost.  It holds its varigation every year but only puts out maybe one increase, two if I'm lucky.  I haven't had any pollen take yet to see if it will pass on the varigation to the children.  Don't be fooled by it being planted inbetween the Iris Pallida it is just there for convenience.   
Bob in Denver
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