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Re: TB looking for a name

In a message dated 6/5/2004 7:10:29 PM Central Standard Time, 
DFerguson@cabq.gov writes:

> To me
> the living flower is indeed a very dark, but it is clearly purple, and
> there is a distinct element of red to the purple.

I agree with your color definition of 'Superstition.'  I think one of the 
main reasons people recommend it so hightly is the talk stalks and good growth 

Here is a picture of BLACKOUT in the phot archives.  This is how it looks to 
me.  I love it because of the blue beards.  Don't know that I'd call it blue. 

Betty W. in South-central KY Zone 6
Bridge In Time Iris Garden@website:

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