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RE: TB: Edith Wolford look a likes

There are other relatives of Edith Wolford that resemble her more
closely than Jurassic Park.  Two I know of are Thrillseeker and Talk to
Me.  Thrillseeker does much better at my mountain cabin than here in the
hot desert.  I saw Talk to Me in Oregon and it was gorgeous.  I've never
grown it.  Both are by Ernst and would be available at Cooley's.
Jurassic Park does wonderfully for me in both climates, but its grayed
colors aren't quite as pretty as the others.

Francelle Edwards  Glendale, AZ  Zone

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