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Re: TB: First Flower of 06


Isn't this early even for TBs in coastal South Carolina? But what do I know when we have snow on the ground here in Northern New Hampshire? 
   
  Ellen 

"Williams, Michael" <Michael.Williams@hgtc.edu> wrote:
  Here in Myrtle Beach, SC, my first flower opened yesterday, Thursday,
April 6th--Quandary - Keppel (01) It has a nice stalk full of buds, too
-

Mike Williams,

Zone 8, NE SC coast



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