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Re: TB: Vibrant

From: "Perry Dyer" <pdyer@flash.net>

Well, Iris-Borer, if you got Paul Black's Vibrant, you got the best of the
lot for this year's Mid-America TB introductions, in my not-very-humble
opinion (although Big Squeeze is no slouch!).  Vibrant has simply incredible
color saturation and resilience, with big ol' thick husky show stalks.  I
very much enjoyed viewing and evaluating it as a seedling when Mr. Black was
still an Okie and a neighbor of mine.  I think you'll be pleased!

Perry Dyer
Blanchard, OK

>>We had a lovely picnic and a fun-filled auction (they placed an auction
>with Paul Black and he sent a huuuuuge box of late models and intros), but
>only won one of them, a yellow called VIBRANT.

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