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[PHOTO] TB: American Eagle

One of the nicest (if not THE nicest) flowers, SA or not.  Of course this is in my humble opinion and I am not biased in anyway.  Unfortunately the coloring doesn't come through very well on this grainy picture.  It is similar to SILVERADO in coloring, however the form is a little wider and more ruffled.  It's only drawback is it had two stalks with one of the flowers being tweaky this year.  This is the only year that has ever happened so I am hoping it was a weather related thing.  Hope you enjoy it.

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