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Re: Bloom report

Carolyn Schaffner in SUNNY BUFFALO, NY writes:
>Brad:  Do you really consider BATIK to be a plicata?????  I've heard it 
>described as having color breaks, and wouldl not describe Batik as a 
>plicata.  What do you think??

     I'm fairly new to this, so I may have my terms mixed up.  I know it
has lots of small color spikes.  I don't know if that's what 'plicata'
means, but I could have sworn that I had someone refer to it that way when
I saw it at Maryotts...
                   Brad (beacker@sgi.com)

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