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Re: personal preferences

Tom T. Little said:

 >> I like pictures of double JIs; maybe it's because they're "flat" to
 >> begin with. But double TBs, well...
 >> Let's just say I've never been tempted to plant peonies.

Oh, NO, Tom; double peonies are things of immense beauty, like double roses.
Double Siberians and double tall bearded irises:  eeeuuuww!  I don't even like
to think about it.


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