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Apr 18, 2020 8:45 AM CST
Name: Noni Morrison
Warren, Oregon
retired flower farmer
I definitely would include Peaches N Cream if the tubers only reproduced easier. A mass of blooms from it is just awesome. I have it growing in pots this year ready to put out but seems like I have to order new tubers every year. Another cut flower I really like is the little Doodlebug from Swan Islands. I lost mine last year and then forgot to order it again. I will have to pay extra postage now, because my order from Swan Islands came this week, but I do enjoy it. It mixes well with many other colors.
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