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I didn't think much of this one last year but it certainly won me over
with a stunning performance this Spring.  Stalks were 45 inches, very
sturdy as well.  Bloom was very long  but the horns didn't make an
appearance this year.  I wonder if an extra bit of fertilizer might do
the trick....

Lafontaine, Quebec 4b
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Title: drnopage

Dr. No  Sutton 2001

One heck of a grower here, didn't have difficulty adapting to the climate here in Canada.  Dr. No increases well and had several bloom stalks on a first year clump.  Some blooms had tiny horns, others had nothing at all.   It can be seen here sporting what I think are a few virus marks on the standards/

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