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 Let me re-qualify my answer.  It's a screamer for RE.  Now if it will just RE in the Verde Valley.
I've got something blooming now, which I think is Pledge of Allegiance.  I have my troubles here w RE and not sure why yet.  "Signs of Virgo" RE for me, but I don't really like it.  It tends to have odd shaped stalks. And the slightest dip in temperature, it melts. We've only had one extremely light frost and I couldn't believe the effect it had on Signs of Virgo.
Linda in CW AZ
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