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RE: Re: CULT: deformed blooms


Linda's comments also were observations I had made here this year.  Most
of the deformities have been with median cultivars, especially the
MTB's.  Missing falls and standards and in general a washed or faded
color.

RUBY SLIPPERS (Keppel 2002) just opened yesterday.  Wow!  What an
awesome black/maroon with a bright orange beard.  Everyone who has
visited the gardens today has fallen in love.

More later...

Botanically,

Kelly D. Norris
Master Gardener/Freelance Writer
Bedford, Iowa
Zone 4b/5a
www.rainbowfarms.net

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