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Re: [ 2001 intro]

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

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> Potential introduction for 2001.  What do you all think?  9 to 11 buds, 35"
on thick, strong stalks.  Very disease resistant, strong grower and
non-fading.  Foliage stays dark green all spring and summer.  Fuzzy horns that
add to the overall flower and yes looks very nice in the garden.  Sporadic
rebloom.  J-264-E 
> Mike

How are the size of the standards? They seem out of proportion in the photo.
Is this the angle of the photo. If they are in proportion I'd say go for it.

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