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HIST: AUTUMN TWILIGHT


Linda Mann wrote:

>  Winterberry Gardens has Autumn Twilight (1971) which is ancestral to t=
he
>  other two, and grandchild of Rosy Wings.  Registered/introduced nearly=

>  20 years after its child Green Dragon - chasing pedigrees can be
>  confusing at times....

AUTUMN TWILIGHT was:

Registered in 1971, for the
hybridizer, by the Registration
Committee [if memory serves
correctly -- if not, Mike Lowe
will set me straight!]

Offered for sale by Lloyd
Austin's Rainbow Gardens
in the mid-50s, with an
introduction date of 1948.

I think that Mike wrote an
article about AUTUMN
TWILIGHT for ROOTS
within the past few years.

Sharon McAllister
73372.1745@compuserve.com





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