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Re: Color Parade-Sweet Standard

In a message dated 8/11/00 4:15:22 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Hostanut@Bellsouth.net writes:

 If someone has a mature(ish) Color Parade, maybe they can provide the
 More than you wanted to know, huh?

Not a chance Lu, but I will say you amaze me, you should never have showed me 
your list, I can only imagine what it must look like by now.

Anyway, my Fragrant Bouquet, I should say one of them has gone streaky, and I 
know it is not like Sweet Standard which is on the other side of the yard.  
But one of my Sweet Standards has gone edge variegated, So since I am so 
visually oriented, I have to put the relatives together and label them.  
Sorry, I am confused again.  I don't' have Honeybells, do you think that I 
have a chance of getting one without buying one?  N.
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