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Dec 20, 2015 6:59 AM CST
Greenville MI - zone 5b
I remember Ted describing HH Fairy Queen as more of an arrangers flower , it has tough long wiry stems , a pleasing bloom position on the stem and for looking quite dainty it is surprisingly durable .
I remember snapping this photo just an hour or so after a freak wind and hail storm , it looks like she hid under an umbrella through the whole ordeal as most other blooms looked a bit unwieldy .

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