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Old 05-02-2003, 03:06 PM
Zemedelec
 
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Default Oldhousegardens' "Amsterdam"

I forced OHG's free hyacinth, "Amsterdam", whcih they are test-marketing, and I
must say it was a beauty--big fat bulb, TWO big delicately fragrant spikes of
what I'd call neon pink.

Normally I don't like pink hyacinths, but this was a killer.
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