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rot survivors

Finally found my notes from Phil Williams' garden (over 200 plants (some
duplicates), didn't write down the names of all the dead or dying.  A few
that caught my attention for color value from a distance (lots of bloom or
intense color)): Shimmering Satin, Elect Lady, Incan Lady, Glacier Kiss, and
a Mullein seedling - 84-413A.

Others that seemed to be in (relatively) good shape, bloomed well, and that I
liked - Brazen Hussy, Night Magic (terminal died, bloomed on side shoots),
Great Gatsby, Fensterwald (past bloom, but loaded with old bloomstalks), Red
Fringe, Art Nouveau, Helen With Love (very pretty), Winnie Conklin, Hello
Goodbye looked very healthy, but had no bloom.  In the plants divided last
summer during the drought, there was maybe >80% rot.  Undivided plants were
in much better shape.  AOL has ground to a slooow trudge - if this doesn't
improve soon, I may abandon ship. 

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east tenn usa

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