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Re: AIS: Convention photos

From: John I Jones <jijones@ix.netcom.com>

Shauna wrote:
> From:   "Shauna" <shaunacannon@compusmart.ab.ca>
> Hi John,
> I was looking at the May 1999 photos on your site, and was surprised to see
> the one called "Cranberry Ice"
> I have grown Cranberry Ice, just lost it this year actually to rot, but it
> was much more solid in color, not bi-coloured like in your photo.
> Am I way out to lunch here?

It is always possible I got the wrong plant tag when I took the picture or
that it was mis-identified in the garden. It happens even in National Display gardens...

I will have to look it up. Thanks for the heads up, I will probably pull the
picture till I can confirm the description.

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