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Dec 14, 2015 10:13 AM CST
Name: Tod Gordon
West Caldwell, NJ
I will have to do a study of the picotees I am getting this year, I usually give the blooms to the ladies at work, and I don't know if it vanishes. They are indeed the bee's knees to me, BTW. :)

I wonder what factor "oomphs" the bird-nestieness of the bloom - temperature, nutrients, or some genetic variance? Fans of Snoho Storm may now want to avert their eyes, here is a very relaxed bloom I had:

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Here is another rare pattern, Giraffe - not the usual variegation:

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