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TB: Honeymoon Suite

  • Subject: TB: Honeymoon Suite
  • From: "kprpkim" <kprp@swbell.net>
  • Date: Thu, 16 May 2002 16:15:37 -0000

Does anyone here love Honeymoon Suite as much as I love it?

It has been my favorite TB for two years running. It has lots of 
ruffles, mauve/pink standards and mauve/lavendar falls, large flower 
heads, reasonably sturdy stalks (I've only staked up one stalk.) 

Seems to be spreading at a good average rate rate.

Wish I could show you all photos, this variety is beautiful!

St. Louis

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