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Re: Beverly Sills and Edith Wolford

Hi Clarence!
When I read your comments  on Beverly Sills I could not believe it! I have
had it for only three years, but it has definitely been one of my best
performers every year. The mother plant had 4 stalks the first year; I left
three fans in the ground for the 2nd year and they produced innumerable
increases and almos all of them bloomed last summer, I counted at least 8
stalks. I was afraid it had bloomed out, but It already has 5 increases. It
must be one of those west coast babies!

Elena Laborde in Santa Cruz, CA, on a beautifull day

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