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IB Pink Kitten

Hi Gloria,

Bernard and I grew PINK KITTEN for some years with success down here in our Sydney garden.

We grew it for our kitten, Charlotte (of CHARLOTTE'S TUTU fame) who has always had a great love of "things pink".  I should have taken a photo of Charlotte sleeping in the garden near Pink Kitten - it was a delightful sight!

Pink Kitten was a good performer for us and will no doubt enchant you when it blooms.

Heather Pryor
Visit our website at http://www.pip.com.au/~irishaven

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