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Re: Mini Popularity Poll

In a message dated 6/24/1998 7:50:29 PM Central Daylight Time,
mikecook@pipeline.com writes:

<< what does Blue Star look like and who's selling it?  Please give any
 info (originator, 'pedigree', etc.), and thanks.
Can I send you a jpeg. file image? It is sky blue. It is not yet in the trade
but will be soon.
Best blue I've seen. Withstands heat--which melted some of the bloom of my
other "blues."
Clyde Crockett z5
P.S. It is NOT my plant and I have been asked not to release name of
hybridizer yet;however, I am taking a pot of a two division plant to the
Convention tomorrow. It can be seen at the Nance's garden in Morton. 
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