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Re: Sun Doll

I could write a poem about this flower.  I am so happy with mine, and (Zone 3 blues) I am anxious to see it again.  It looks like a little rosebud as it opens; the falls curl in a really pretty way. And it can brighten up a whole corner.  Every year, I look forward to it. Thanks for sharing.

LARRY ROBINSON <Larry_739@msn.com> wrote:
This is year two for this clump of Sun Doll SDB.  It has really grown.
Larry Robinson
AIS Region 18
Zone 5B
Olathe, KS

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