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Re: Edith Wolford

I purchased an Edith Wolford last year for the first time.  It is in the
ground and hanging in so far.  I will let everyone know how it does in my
area of cool Puget Sound.  I don't particularly like the color
combination - and I do not care for yellow "anything" in my garden.  But
I thought I might at least try Edith since so many people around here
like her!  We will see.

Nicki, Washington State

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