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This surprised me when it opened this week; I had not expected it to
take my breath away. But it did. An impressive pale peach, this year it
is offering up two flowers and will be a part of my collection as long
as it or I live. I have a grave weakness for pastel flowers.

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tenman wrote:
This surprised me when it opened this week; I had not expected it to
take my breath away. But it did. An impressive pale peach, this year it
is offering up two flowers and will be a part of my collection as long
as it or I live. I have a grave weakness for pastel flowers.

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Knocked my socks off too. Looks very like its parent's pic in OW.
Can't find a pic of the other parent online. Looks better than many
cats awarded htese days, *G*!

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That's gorgeous. The color is extremely rich, IMO.

Diana

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tenman wrote:
This surprised me when it opened this week; I had not expected it to take
my breath away. But it did. An impressive pale peach, this year it is
offering up two flowers and will be a part of my collection as long as it
or I live. I have a grave weakness for pastel flowers.

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Knocked my socks off too. Looks very like its parent's pic in OW. Can't
find a pic of the other parent online. Looks better than many cats
awarded htese days, *G*!

K Barrett



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This surprised me when it opened this week; I had not expected it to
take my breath away. But it did. An impressive pale peach, this year it
is offering up two flowers and will be a part of my collection as long
as it or I live. I have a grave weakness for pastel flowers.

Fantastic! How long is you list requesting divisions?

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Chris Savas wrote:
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This surprised me when it opened this week; I had not expected it to
take my breath away. But it did. An impressive pale peach, this year it
is offering up two flowers and will be a part of my collection as long
as it or I live. I have a grave weakness for pastel flowers.


Fantastic! How long is you list requesting divisions?

Chris Savas

Only one on this one so far; my buddy Screll is always the first to see
my flowers and thr first to slip her name in the pot!


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tenman wrote:
This surprised me when it opened this week; I had not expected it to
take my breath away. But it did. An impressive pale peach, this year it
is offering up two flowers and will be a part of my collection as long
as it or I live. I have a grave weakness for pastel flowers.



Yeah, I see what you mean. That thing is amazing. I love it.

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tenman wrote:
This surprised me when it opened this week; I had not expected it to
take my breath away. But it did. An impressive pale peach, this year it
is offering up two flowers and will be a part of my collection as long
as it or I live. I have a grave weakness for pastel flowers.



Yeah, I see what you mean. That thing is amazing. I love it.

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tenman wrote:
This surprised me when it opened this week; I had not expected it to
take my breath away. But it did. An impressive pale peach, this year it
is offering up two flowers and will be a part of my collection as long
as it or I live. I have a grave weakness for pastel flowers.



Yeah, I see what you mean. That thing is amazing. I love it.

Steve
Wow its stunning


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