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Re: Dutch growers

In a message dated 6/16/98 8:16:08 AM Eastern Daylight Time, Kdye1@aol.com

<<  I'm not sure if there is anything AHS can do about the Dutch growers. >>

Additionally one should be prepared to find the pictured plant on any of the
packaged bulbs and perennials of Dutch origin found here in spring may be

I have purchased pink or lavender dwarf dahlias for years and they are always
red.  An old daylily called 'Golden Chimes' with award winning numbers of buds
and numerous small flowers is alway some yellow thing which is not 'Golden

There seems to be a 50/50 chance that you will get the described plant. a
lottery of sorts.

Claire Peplowski
East Nassau, NY
zone 4
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