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Imageteddahlia
Apr 7, 2022 10:38 AM CST
Name: Ted
Oregon
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Hollyhilll Augustina is quite a bit larger than Donnatella and does not grow as vigorously. We no longer grow Augustina as our stock went bad. When you have good stock it is a real beauty. Dungeness is our other incurve that is exotic but it too is a bit big for a cut flower although I like the 6 foot plants and exotic flower. We have a very nice one that we will probably release next year and it looks like Donnatella but a half an inch larger and more of a birdnest formation and it has no name yet.
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