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	I didn't want to leave you wondering,so I will assure you we do have LADY FRIEND in abundance in our garden.  Thank you for pointing out the poor choice of words.  Next time we'll try to be more descriptive in our explanation of color.
				Steve Rocha

From: 	Arnold Koekkoek[SMTP:KOEKKOEK@dordt.edu]
Sent: 	Monday, October 28, 1996 7:41 AM
To: 	Multiple recipients of list
Subject: 	Re: LADY FRIEND

Sharlyn writes of LADY FRIEND making a maroon statement.  If this is 
an accurate description of the color, I'm wondering if you have LADY 
FRIEND, which surely isn't dark enough to qualify as maroon.  Rosy 
red, maybe, but not maroon.

Arnold Koekkoek
NW Iowa, zone 4

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