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TB: Peach Spot

From: "Sterling Okase" <sterling_o@hotmail.com>

>From: "Mark, Maureen" <MARKM@tc.gc.ca>

>I just got the Cayeux catalogue and there's a picture of PEACH SPOT 
-- a white with a large pale peach spot on the falls.

>From: "wstone" <wstone@volcano.net>
>Maureen:  I have Peach Spot  by Shoop 73, 36" Mid-season Amoena;  
>White S. Fare white with a large peach spot. cinnamon dots at haft. 
>tangerine beards, ruffled.
>    Hope that helps.  Bill

One more thing thing about Peach Spot is that it tends to rebloom. Yet 
another reason to have it.

Iris Maniac, 
Sterling (not Innerst) 
Seattle, WA. Zone 8 
And Friday Night Chat-o-phile 

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