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This plant won best specimen at our show Sunday week ago. Interestingly, it
only came second in class. I gather that, in the judges' opinion, the
first-placed plant had superior blooms, but this was outweighed by
floriferousness & general presentation considerations in the specimen class.
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Great plant, Dave! Would make a good bridal veil!
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This plant won best specimen at our show Sunday week ago. Interestingly,
it
only came second in class. I gather that, in the judges' opinion, the
first-placed plant had superior blooms, but this was outweighed by
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class.
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It is lovely, isn't it? I couldn't begin to judge the differences, but for
myself the one at the QOS show about 4 weeks ago was bigger & made a better
display.

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Great plant, Dave! Would make a good bridal veil!
Peter

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The size of that plant.........wow.

Diana

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It is lovely, isn't it? I couldn't begin to judge the differences, but
for
myself the one at the QOS show about 4 weeks ago was bigger & made a
better
display.

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Great plant, Dave! Would make a good bridal veil!
Peter

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