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HYB: wide falls, Tea Apron

Thanks for the photo of TEA APRON & partial pedigree.

ELIZABETH ANN THOMAS is blooming here for (I think) the first time -
good sized clump, only one stalk.  She has touching hafts, so I wanted
to see if I could figure out an interesting cross.  According to the
checklists, she is descended from (among other things) THEATRE (which
does pretty well here, tho is often frozen out), TEA APRON, & ROCOCO (a
real frost proof fall-on-the ground stalked weed).

I'm not very excited by plicatas, but do like THEATRE, and TEA APRON is
a real cutie.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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