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Re: A winter-blooming bub

Heather that is an absolute knockout.  I have never seen another LA quite
like it.  That flower has everything going for it.  I can only hope the
rest of the plant performs well (good grower, good increaser, good vigor,
etc.) because I'm sure it would be a hot seller if you decide to introduce


>     Hi folks,   Well, we were out at the garden yesterday and  noticed a
>1996 seedling in bloom.   Today we went back out to the garden and
>Bernard took his new digital camera with him so that we could share the
>bloom  time with you all.   The parentage is Spring Tapestry x Rokki
>Rockwell and it's seedling No. 53/96-B.  See what you think. We quite like
>it.   Cheers for now, Heather Pryor
>irishaven@pip.com.au Where mid winter (14th July) is only a few  days away!
>Visit our website at http://www.pip.com.au/~irishaven

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