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Re: Re: CULT: About the List Survey - Again

From: StorYlade@aol.com

In a message dated 11/23/1999 5:24:41 PM Central Standard Time, 
patrob@centex.net writes:

<< My #1 favorite:  Jesse's Song (blooms early and long)
 Alice Harding (also blooms early and long)
 Harvest of Memories
 Mary Frances
 Romie Stewart
 Study in Black

Interesting.  Of these, Billionaire, Catalyst, Mary Frances, Well Endowed and 
Santana have been less than strong here in south-central KY.  But the degree 
of difficulty varies from garden to garden.  

Study in Black, Jessies Song,& Harvest of Memories are the only ones that I 
could speak of as strong.


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