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Red Pompon

Posted by sgazelle (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 13, 06 at 13:44

Greetings from Washington, as our growing season winds down and we turn our attention to what we would like to grow new next year I find I am in need of a true red pompon that could go in bouquets with the likes of Zapf's Desert Storm. I purchased Stoneleigh Joyce from Connell's last year and it turned out to be a more towards the dark purple side. I have been to Connelle's, Swan Island and Mingus so far this year. I have also Purchased from numerous venders in the past, including Corralitos and have been to all those web sites. This one seems to be eluding me. Any suggestions?!?


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RE: Red Pompon

How about Moor Place? It's a Dark Red Pom.
DB
http://dahlias.net/dahwebpg/Gallery/GalleryHtms/Moorplace.htm


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RE: Red Pompon

auroras kiss, natal


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RE: Red Pompon

Aurora's Kiss isn't a pompom- it's a ball-- that's a lot bigger than a pom.


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