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Re: SA RE seedling

Mike,  The color is good and the horns are great.  I think the falls are a little open for some people but somehow with the horns it makes an interesting balance and shape to the flower.  A rebloomer which makes good clumps and blooms well and cansistently is a big plus.
Jan in Chatsworth

orders at Sutton's <orders@suttoniris.com> wrote:
This is one of George's seedlings....Nice horns but both of us agree it is a bit open in the standards and a touch narrow at the shoulders.  Good color and all the clumps are currently reblooming so it is a strong and consistent rebloomer.  Parentage is involved but it does have Connie Sue, Tropical Delight, Mind Reader, Sweet Mussette and another dose of Twice Thrilling in it. 
Mike Sutton

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