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blue plicatas

It's probably because I just haven't seen enough different cultivars, but I only vaguely remember seeing one plicata that really struck me as blue, one of Spoons intros I think.  There are lots of blue violets, but I'm curious if there are others that are "Schreiners blue" color.

and if anybody knows a fix for posts that run to the end of paragraphs- let me know.  For some  reason this e-mail account started doing it.

Robin Shadlow
zone 5 NE

really hoping the rains bring rebloom here too

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