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HYB: The ultimate SA

From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

The ultimate SA must surely be an IB with six falls, no standards, in pillarbox red, with a black pumilla spot and black flounces. 
Why an IB? - because they maintain such neat foliage all year, and look so tidy in bloom.
You could call this creation "ANZAC POPPY".

Jan Clark 

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