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Re: She Devil?

The bloom is very much like the one in our garden (last year).  I wouldn't be
at all surprised.

Dennis Kramb wrote:

> Is this She Devil?  I never marked my map with it, but according my records
> I got it last year...so I must have planted it somewhere.
> SHE DEVIL (Paul Black, 1991?) OB-, 23", S. rose-purple, maroon cast at rib;
> brown and gold styles; F. brick red blend; dark red brown signal diffusing
> to red at edge; old gold beard.
> Note there are 4 falls on this one.  Also, the falls look almost black.
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