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Apr 14, 2016 5:01 AM CST
Name: Cynthia
BG, KY USDA Zone 6b
Sanity = Dirt under your nails...
Hi Lin,

I really like it, it made a lot of tubers in Oregon, but I haven't judged it's worthiness as a cut flower, yet. Correlitos Gardens grows it, though, and they sell cut flowers, so it may be a good one for that.

I believe it's one of Roland Verrone's introductions, based on the name, but I could be wrong. Released in 2012, I believe.

It has always looked like the tubers have no chance of storing, for me, but they surprise me every time as I've lost very few in storage. I have several in a tray, sprouting, as I write this. Smiling

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