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TB: Patriotic colors

Another suggertion for that red, white, and blue bed:
Ransom Note (Ghio '91) just opened for me, as red as anything currently in
my garden.  The standards are a little bit open, but otherwise the form is
excellent.  The scorched burgandy flower has a lavender-violet blaze blended
into the falls; from a distance the combination looks even more red, and
very bold.  With Rippling River and your choice of whites it would probably
give the right effect.

John Reeds
9b southern California

with pods forming in both directions using Blyth's "a difficult parent so
far" Painted From Memory! 

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