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Re: Dawn Hawk

From: "Mike Sutton" <suttons@lightspeed.net>

Thanks Cathy,
I glad you like it!  You can see it "live and in person" in late April if
you want.  Looks like bloom is right on "normal schedule".  Peak will be
right around the 15th which is why George and Margaret are going to the
National but I can't.

----- Original Message ----- >
> wow! Now that is a color pattern that is unlike anything I have seen
> Before I scurry off to check it's parentage I will say that I also like
> Thornbird. Both the front yard and backyard versions ;>}
> Cathleen,Zone 8,San Jose,Ca.US  California might have worldwide notoriety
> 'Ca.Us is easier to type!

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