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From: "Lera Cavanaugh" <cavanaug@livingonline.com>


Sounds like my IMMORTALITY that I got this summer.  It bloomed a few days
ago and I moved it into the house.  Lovely pale blue-greyish white buds
that unfurl into white blooms with the finest hint of pale blue.  I was so
pleased that it bloomed this Fall after just being transplated a couple of
months ago!!

My CITY OF LIGHTS is blooming, too!!

Lera Cavanaugh
Brighton, Michigan   Zone 5

From: celia storey <storey@aristotle.net>

>I noted that the colored bud appeared to be a very pale bluish
>color. I call it ice-blue..snow appears that way at times in
>the bright sun. <snip>
>I know the cold weather we have here does make some colors very
>vibrant *but* do I have IMMORTALITY or an imposter? :)

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