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Re: CULT:Spiral leaves

From: "wmoores" <wmoores@watervalley.net>

> From: HIPSource@aol.com
> Do I recall correctly that some bearded species have a natural twist to
> their leaves so that some of this might be genetic and thus normal? Is
> this a cultivar which does this all the time or something that has shown
> up in one season and looks suspicious?  
	The only cultivar that consistently 'swirled,' not spiraled, for me was WINTER OLYMPICS.
I have not seen one spiral.

	Walter Moores 
	Enid Lake, MS  7/8 (expecting two stalks of FREQUENT FLYER to bite 
the dust tonight if not cut.....first freeze expected....28o)

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