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[PHOTO] Pseudocoris: Kentucky Frost

Hi ,
     The last pseudocoris photo I sent, I got so excited, I forgot to sign my 
name. I am Annette Milch    from Lexington, Kentucky,  zone 5/6.
     Here is another pseudocoris seedling left here by Mark Cook when he 
moved to Florida. It is growing next to Kentucky Moonbeam. This one's name is 
Kentucky Frost and it is also registered in 1995 by Mark Cook but not 
introduced to my knowledge.
     Here goes.
Annette Milch      Lexington, KY , USA Zone 5/6        TMilchh@aol.com

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