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Richland Gold is very nice for me.One that you dont see to often that I like
is Gold Nugget. Sea Fire and St. Elmo's Fire are gorgeous early on then
green up another one in that same vein is Pale Gold a different shade early
in the season. I also have some seedlings from Pauline that are awfuly
bright right now that might warrent further attention in the near future.

                                               Dancin Gardens Z 5.83

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