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You'll either love it or hate it.  It is a murky yellow khaki blend.  It
is wide and ruffled with a violet beard and long bloom period.  I
haven't decided whether it will be a favourite but it is one that I'll
keep an eye on.  It was introduced by Chuck Chapman last year.  It was a
close second to a TB for best seedling a few years ago.

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada (zone 4)

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Barbara Mann [SMTP:irismaven@email.msn.com]
> Sent:	Sunday, May 17, 1998 12:55 AM
> To:	Multiple recipients of list
> Subject:	Re: CULT;  Bloom report
> .  Last bloom of James
> >Bond opened yesterday.  Other SDBs finishing are Little Firecracker,
> Klingon
> >Princess, Gingerbread Man, Autumn Embers, Forever Blue, Sea Urchin,
> Smell
> >the Roses, Cream Pixie, Fairy Fun, El Torito, Clear Creek, and Ruby
> >Eruption.
> Maureen--Hi!  KLINGON PRINCESS--what's it like?  I've evidently missed
> that
> one.......
> Barb in Santa Fe

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