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  • Subject: Re: IB: CHIMERA
  • From: "loic tasquier" <tasquierloic@cs.com>
  • Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2007 18:44:20 +0200

It is very pretty on the photo!
Thanks for posting it.
Over here in Europe, i never saw it nor even heard of it. Will be hard to get hold of it here.
Even harder to find the parents...


(Zurbrigg, R. 1960), Sdlg. 54-88. IB, 18" (46 cm), E
"S near white; F upper half maroon, lower ivory-chartreuse blended.

Sand-olive dwarf X sib to Step-Up. Avonbank 1961 "


It reblooms in the south, i imagine that it can be a good carrier in the north.

I definitely must find this IB!







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