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  • From: "Anna Smith" goatcreek@keremeos.net
  • Date: Mon, 16 May 2005 01:41:16 -0700

This one is prolific...lots of blooms, lots of spikes, lots of fragrance. Looks more like a historic to me...faster one to multiply in my house beds!!! Have to keep thinning it out. The only 2 reasons it didnt get dug and dumped, are it IS very fragrant, and I just have a hard time eliminating vigorous growers with at least one good quality. Would like to ID anyway....if possible....

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