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Re: TB: Do I have IMMORTALITY?


From: Tmilchh@aol.com

Ellen, 
      Immotality is as you discribed it, slightly bluish in bud, but white in
bloom.
     Tell us how many buds it has and how many stalks and how many blooms open
at one time.
     Feedback has one bloom left.
     Two stalks of Belvi Queen  have open blooms on the top.
     Polar King also has an open bloom on top.
     Also Feedback has a third stalk with one bud about to unfurl.

Annette Milch   Lexington , Kentucky   zone 5/6    TMilchh@aol.com 

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