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Re: flower terminology

Linda: I did not reply to yopur question earlier because I suspected that
someone else would do it.  The pattern that you are talking about (i.e.
Ringo) is one that I would call a "halo" pattern. BRIDE'S HALO is one, BROWN
LASSO is another, and I'm sure you can find many other examples. The "halo"
need not be stark and stand-outish, just as long as it is there.  
Are there any yea's or nay's????

Regards Doc Dave   Oregon

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