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Re: What's Looking good? & what would you give your eye teeth for?

  • Subject: Re: What's Looking good? & what would you give your eye teeth for?
  • From: Ray W <wie1086@oh.verio.com>
  • Date: Sat, 09 Jun 2001 19:28:49 -0400

What looks good this year? Many of the older varieties. Grandmaster is probably
my favorite. June is reaching its potential and is about the size of a mature
Halcyon with color that is a showstopper. Blue Angel has become a monster in
its new and obviously agreeable location. New last year is Prairie Fire, which
is showing a squashy gold color that I would expect to see much later in the
season. This year I recieved Allen C. Haskell, which has incredible streaking
(I was told it doesn't set seed very well).

Today I was on a garden tour and seen 'Ghost Spirit', which has green misting
in the center of the leaves. I think I will add it to my wish list.


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