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TB: SA (was Success of Assorted TB in Zone 5b)

--- John Reeds <lamegardener@msn.com> wrote:

>>> From: Bill Wells:
Them thar extra "appendages" is jest unnatural-lookin'... nasty
ain't even strong enough...perverted mebbe... 

John responded:
Aw, c'mon.  Depends on the flower.  The problem is, too many
SA breeders insist on introducing barking flowers with no
redeeming features except for distinctive appendages. <<<

Matthew Faucher said when looking at THORNBIRD in my garden:
"It looks like a caterpillar". 

Ellen (Matthew is 4 yrs. old and is a caterpillar 'expert' and
lives next door -  he also likes irises :-)

Ellen Gallagher <ellengalla@yahoo.com>/ Berlin, New Hampshire/ USDA Zone 3

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