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Re: REB: August rebloom in Cincinnati

> >Dear Jan:,  I think PRECOCIOUS LITTLE PINK might be an even better name, 
>but I
>do not know how well it is going to grow. It sends up scads of bloom, so
>,much  that it it really cateches one's eye. Not the world's best color, 
>Lloyd Zurbrigg in Durham NC

Thanks Lloyd. I will watch out for it. I am still waiting for Little Showoff 
to alight on our shores. Barry Blyth had some intersting new SDB imports in 
his last catalogue, maybe there will be more this year.
Cheers, Jan

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