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Re: On stage

In a message dated 5/31/1999 4:27:11 PM Central Daylight Time, 
tommich@hostapatch.com writes:

<< Paul,
 	Emma Foster is an all gold sport from Montana Aureo-marginata, and 
 Mountain Sunrise is an all gold montana sport from tc.  I am unaware of 
 any named all gold On Stage sports.  I don't know if it would be 
 different from any of the above.
 Tom Micheletti >>

Tom does the all gold sport 'Emma Foster' grow as tall as montana 
So far I would say that the plants I have are the same height as 'On Stage' 
with slightly larger leaves, I have noticed also that the leaves on 'On 
Stage' fold to gether somewhat when stressed and the leaves of the others 
plants fold down word when stressed.

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