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Re: HIST: Cemetery Yellows

In a message dated 2/9/2006 9:48:26 PM Eastern Standard Time,  
patsiris@sbcglobal.net writes:

I have  never grown the yellow ones, but I will try to pick one as soon as I 
can,  bring it home, and write down a description of it.

Oh, good. Walta says there was one he used to know that had curious  black 
markings in the throat. He said they tended to bloom in March, so you  folks are 
having an early season?
We are having some more winter after a January that was balmy after a  
December that was arctic. I don't mind the cold at this point, and I  would like 
some snow if it was not ice, if you know what I mean. 
Thanks, Pat.

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