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Re: Getting the Blues


In a message dated 96-06-28 22:26:55 EDT, you write:

> Pacific Shores, Breakers, Jean 
>Hoffmeister, Allegiance, Pacific Mist, Hilo Shores, and Blue Aristocrat.

I have a couple of starts of BREAKERS - it certainly grows like a weed, but
no bloom so far.  And PACIFIC MIST has loyally sent up one bloom stalk for me
nearly every year from under a dense mat of sweet william.

Anybody in the south (sorry, farther south than Virginia/Kentucky) had
success with Pacific Shores, Jean Hoffmeister, Allegiance,  Hilo Shores, and
Blue Aristocrat?

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tenn USA





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