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TB: Lovely Dawn

Lovely Dawn:
Saw the picture in Blyth's catalog, bought it here.  It formed a big clump in
its first year here (2002) but bloomed short; and its pastel color was
insignificant down close to the foliage.  Hey plicataman, did you know that
thing can grow ~48/50" tall!  Looks great this morning, and the pale color
seemed richer this year too.  Lovely, although the bud count is very low.

Spouting Horn has been blooming; an excellent garden flower this year with
tall stalks, lots of long-lasting buds open, and rich swirly blue colors.
Kinda' bunchy, though.

John Reeds

(zone 9b southern California)
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