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What do you think of J. Goggy?

Posted by love_the_yard z9A Jax FL (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 5, 11 at 15:59

What do you think of the japonica 'Goggy'? It is a pale pink, formal double. I am thinking about getting one, but wonder if it has enough color. I have all pink-flowering plants in my yard. I have several other stronger-pink camellias. I prefer pinks in all my plants - I don't have any red, yellow or orange flowers. (I do have some whites.) Do you think Goggy is pretty enough?


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RE: What do you think of J. Goggy?

Well, that would be a question best answered by you. If the color in the pictures that I saw is its true color, it is too light pink for my taste although I would approve of Nuccio's Pearl which is similar but darker pink on the edges.


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RE: What do you think of J. Goggy?

luis, I agree with everything you wrote. I have Nuccio's Pearl. I'm going to skip the Goggy. Thanks for the confirmation.

Carol


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