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RE: CULT: good pinks

> Got a FAT rhizome of VALENTINE'S DAY from Bay View Gardens last year;
> temporarily planted it in a 5-gallon pot which is now pretty full from
> all the increase.  One nice stalk this spring, set pod from IN PERSON
> with about 30 seeds.  Beautiful pink, maybe the best.  Vernon Wood
> outdid himself again!
> John Reeds
> jreeds@microsensors.com
> ----------

> Jim Loveland in ?Missouri tells me he's having good success with
> VALENTINE'S DAY and PINK DANCER.  Anybody else have reports on these?
> Keith Keppel bravely sent me HAPPENSTANCE to torture - stay tuned.
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8

Add these pinks to the list:

	ELECT LADY, '90, Bernice Miller, Alabama

	GRATEFUL CITIZEN, '94, Sterling Innerst, Pennsylvania

     HALFWAY TO HEAVEN, '96, Dave Niswonger, Missouri

	HER KINGDOM, '94, Larry Johnson, Oregon

     PINK CELEBRITY, '89, J. D. Stadler, North Carolina

Walter Moores
Enid Lake, MS 7/8 USA (LEMON CHESS thanks the judges for its 

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