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Mar 14, 2014 11:01 AM CST
Name: Katherine Howe
Raytown(Kansas City) MO
That does answer my question. I had G & G as my earliest bloomer last season. Gives me a bearing on what is going on. Thank you for responding. I think my son was seeing an historic that blooms early. This would make sense of it.

Thank you again, Renee,


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