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Re: REB: Arboretum

From: Mike Lowe <mlowe@worldiris.com>

Arnold writes...

>A punny name like RHEA PEERZ  is typical of the names Chet Tompkins 
>has used for many years, especially recent years.

RHEA PEERZ (Brad Kasperek, R. 1998). Sdlg. 92R-42A. IB, 23" (58 cm), 
EM & RE. S. creamy light chartreuse yellow (RHS 2D); style arms 
yellow (3A); F. lemon yellow (3D), deeper (3A) shoulders; beards 
yellow (3A); ruffled. Grace Thomas X Ditto. ZEBRA GARDENS 1999.

Mike L

Mike, http://www.worldiris.com

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