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Re: TB-Identity

Well... I started out with your labels, and my diagram of the bed, when I
received the order in summer '98. As they grew, some of the labels were
stapled too tightly, and I loosened some and took out the staples. Most of
the labels were lost as I removed the dying leaves etc. I lost one or two
rhizomes to animals and/or rot. the others grew in outward direction, as
expected. Now it's a become a bit confusing to compare with the diagram! So
I guess I screwed up, not replacing the original tags with mini-blind slat
tags. (I have learned my lesson!)
According to the diagram, the section of the bed, where I found the rebloom,
should be planted with either, Hollywood Blonde, All American, or Twice
Told. So I guess it must be either Hollywood Blonde or your guess is as good
as mine.
PS. It didn't bloom in the Spring, whatever it is.

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