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Dec 15, 2020 12:17 AM CST
Name: Julia Frisbie
Anacortes, WA
What about the waterlilies that have an extreme involute/incurl, like Kelgai Ann or Sandia Isa? Is there a name for this? They remind me of peonies (not peony form dahlias, but actual peonies), roses, and ranunculus... I ordered Sadia Isa, Sandia Susan, and Pam Howden from the Boleys this year in hopes of getting a closer look. I also tried to get Kelgai Ann from Julie's, but I was too slow. If any of them have good cut flower qualities I will be over the moon. Does anyone know of others along these lines? Do they share certain parents? I apologize if this question is in the wrong place; I'm new here, and still learning my way around.

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