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Re: RE: Cult: pinks input

We grow Ovation, Zone 5, Billings, Montana.  We have it placed in an above 
ground bed with several other pink iris and the color is outstanding with 
good substance.  It is not prone to rot in this area and we usually have 
below 0 temps with many freeze thaw times during spring.  It has done well 
for three years and will be ready to dig for the Club sale this year.  It 
is a color of pink that stands out among the other pinks.  Janet & Shan 
(Big Sky Iris Club)

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