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Re: A trip report to Cooley's and Schreiner's

In a message dated 96-05-20 14:38:37 EDT, you write:

>	One comment is that the flowers appear to me to be more pastel in 
>color than in the catalog. I presume that this is a printing limitation.

Hey Tim.... DUCK!

By the way, I just can't help but mention my SECOND bloom because it is
absolutely SPECTACULAR!!!  If anyone on this robin/list does NOT grow PELE,
you have my sympathy!  It is a shocking orange SDB with a touch of purple on
the falls... the color is so HOT it looks like a glowing ember in the garden.
 Once again, it's an Aitken intro.

Great color when you need a boost!

kathy guest - back from her 'rounds'

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