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Re: List Survey


From: Sandy Ives <rives@home.com>

My favourites:

Sonjah Selah:  KM winner, excellent grower in class. (BB)  My vote for the Dykes
in 99.
Pink Pele:  The first new introduction I bought, sulked for two years, then
lovely (IB)
Cranapple:  First seen in Dearborn, wonderful colour, makes a fabulous clump
(IB)
Carriwitched:  Nothing special until it clumps.  Then it got serious attention
(IB)
What Again:  Doesn't again here, excellent bloom and clump however (SDB)
Trajectory:  This has a lovely bloom, enough to make it to this list. (SDB)
Cherokee Sunset:  The big surprise this year.  Photos don't do it justice. (SDB)

Ruby Eruption: Very strong grower, excellent foliage habits, very long bloom
season (SDB)
Indy:    Excellent clump and lovely bloom.  Twice QofS in CIS show  (Siberian)

So... where are the TBs?

Rosalie Figge
Fancy Woman
Immortality: Much appreciated in October

Regards,

Sandy Ives in Ottawa (and a couple of very recent Superstition introductions
could make this list next year).


Rosalie Figge

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