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Re: Blues

In my previous garden, (in NJ several years ago) I kept meticulous records on
which varieties bloomed best and so on.  Of the blues, Charisma was by far
the most vigorous.... a pretty, light blue.  Next was St. Louis Blues, a late
bloomer, dark blue with white beard, very nice.  Both of those multiplied
well and bloomed dependably.  Victoria Falls was a particularly vigorous one,
and with very pretty blooms, but yes, it always flopped over for me.  The
fact that it was the tallest and had the most blooms per stalk no doubt
contributed to that.  Some of the blues that were disappointing, in my garden
anyway, were:  Dover Beach, Sapphire Hills, Crown Sterling, and Babbling

Julia L.
(Indiana, zone 5, where it hasn't rained for several days and everybody is in

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