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Re: Spring Bloom


From: Tmilchh@aol.com

Dear Christy,
     I also am getting stalks on early TB's: Eagle's Flight had buds showing 
color as does Orange Popsicle. They are in different areas of my yard & 
garden.
     Lemon Pop (IB) is blooming and it is gorgeous, a lovely lemon color & 
ruffled.
     Peachy Face (SDB) is also gorgeous, but hard to discribe.
     Grapesicle (SDB) has many stalks and will bloom any time now.
     Baby Blessed (SDB) is also blooming, as is Sunstrip, & Blue Pools, 
Tantara is about to unfold and Bright Visions (SDB) in pink is about to bloom.
     It is raining hard but I had to go out to see my babies today.
 Hooked in Kentucky,
        Annette Milch     Zone 5/6         TMilchh@aol.com

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