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Re: TB Firenze Frolic


My impression from the way it was growing in Colorado was that it is a very
vigorous grower and heavy flowering plant.  Long's had row upon row of it,
and it was spectacular in 2002.

I don't have many dark reddish patterned plicatas, and the few modern ones
I've tried were poor and quickly died out.  I think both 'Firenze Frolic'
and 'High Life' will be added to the garden soon.  They are both old
enough, and of the right form to have that old fashioned appeal to me.  I
do have 'Tiffany', which is somewhat similar in color, especially to
'Firenze Frolic', but it is even more old fashioned in form with smaller
flowers (but a great performer).  It matches up well with 'Blue Shimmer'.


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