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Re: Peonies for the South

I see this one is offered by Homestead Farms in MO for $8 for 3-5 eye root.
Anything I've ever ordered from him has been good-sized and high-quality.
He remarkes that Mr. Jules is free-flowering, fragrant, and a good cut
flower variety.  Large, light rose-pink.  Center incurved and silvered with
light greyish pink coloring.


> In a message dated 05/15/2004 9:34:42 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> hodgesaa@earthlink.net writes:
> > Oh, and the name of the other one is Monsieur Jules Elie.
> >
> That's a good old one, too.  Good luck!  They should be worth a lot of
> effort.
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