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To Lynda B.

I live in zone 6 near Nashville--I suppose that's 6B?--and McKellar's Grove bloomed magnificently for me--still is. Looks just like the catalog picture--smells nice too. We had a ROUGH winter, and now we're having March weather [it's May 15]. I can probably send you a bit of M's G in a couple of years. I have TONS of Thornbird, which went wild almost as soon as I put it in the ground. Also Kah-nee-ta, although neither of these is orange--see catalog pix.

I'm still searching for Black Hills Gold which ran out when I got my first Cooley's catalog.


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