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Re: REB: Double Your Fun, IB

  • Subject: Re: REB: Double Your Fun, IB
  • From: Betty Ann Gunther <bettyg@cybermesa.com>
  • Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2008 21:19:47 -0600

Here is my Double Your Fun in Los Alamos, NM. I have less purple than
you, but more yellow -- it appears. I never know what to think of how
cameras portray things. Mine has been planted for 1 year,
approximately. It did not bloom in the spring of 2008 but I hope it will
in the spring of 2009, but is blooming beautifully right now. The
purple may not be in the description but it is really exists in my
Double Your Fun blooms!
Betty Gunther

Mary Swann-Young wrote:
> Aitken 2000, 21", Be Happy X What Again
> Blooming short here, since just planted in July.
> Has made a nice clump already.
> Description does not include blue stripe on falls,
> probably just shows up in the chilly north.
> Mary Lou, near Indianapolis, Z5.
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