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Re:HIST:Suggestions

  • Subject: Re:HIST:Suggestions
  • From: "Carryl M. Meyer" <carrylm@bigsky.net>
  • Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2001 22:04:08 -0600

Have you ever seen Ruffles and Lace?  Really a good vibrant yellow--with a
white center on the falls--stands tall, flowers have great substance and
last for several days--
Another good pink is Ovation--I have grown it here in zone 3/4 without doing
anything to protect it from the cold and ground freezing in the
winter--probably been in the garden here for at least 15 years--rather
tailored--and if you feed it some copper, it will bloom darker--
Last year at the Hips Happening, I saw it blooming in New York--and the
color was lighter than here--but same veining on the falls--so am sure it
was the same flower--
Most pinks do not survive here for many years--Vanity will last for about
three tortured years here, but Vanity's child does well here--Beverly Sills
'sorta fades away', Paradise lasted for 4 years--and Ott Schick's Debby
Reynolds is doing well so far--otherwise--Pink Kitten does survive here--but
does not have much substance and the flowers are good for any about a day--
Carryl in western Montana  zone 3/4


 

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