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[PHOTO] Edith Wolford TB

Ah, it's EW.
This photo really shows the fade rate on Edith Wolford during and extremely warm spell.
The top bloom is 4 days old, then a 2 day old bloom,  and finally the newly opened bottom bloom.
Totally amazing flowers from a newly planted rhizome last August. Gotta love it!
(Must be that rabbit pellet drink it had a couple of weeks ago, eh Maureen?)
(Zone 3)

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