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Re: STARLIT VELVET, other clump formers?

In a message dated 96-06-13 07:06:04 EDT, you write:

>>I saw a nice clump of Before the Storm - wonder if it does that regularly?
>> Any late blooming dark purples that clump well?  I just got SOUTHLAND
>>this spring - it looked like it might be a clumper.

BEFORE THE STORM is a great "clump former" that doesn't need to be divided to
do well.  The all time great "clump former", or at least my candidate, is the
great blue Dykes Medal winner SHIPSHAPE!.  Clarence Mahan in VA

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