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[PHOTO] Interpol

This photo may not do INTERPOL and justice but this TB really knocked me
out after waiting two years of seeing in struggle after foolishly
planting it in September , here in zone 5.

Not very vigorous compared to BLACK OUT but has wonderful purple based
foliage.  Stalks are impressive and strong but branching seems a little
short for my tastes.

Blooms are silky , large and jet black from a distance , but deep purple
when back lit from the sun.  Beards are  a beautiful purple tipped
bronze.  Most thought it looked bizarre or almost evil compared to some
of the happier looking TBs in the bed.

I tried several times to set a pod on it with out success :-(

Chris Darlington
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