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Can anyone I.D. this one for me?

Posted by marric Z5a Ontario (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 14, 13 at 12:11

Last year I moved some plants around. I tried to place the markers as I went along but apparently missed this one. It's 20" tall and has a 5" flower. The color is actually a little darker pink than in the picture. Any ideas? Marg
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RE: Can anyone I.D. this one for me?

I'm no expert, but could it be Jolyene Nichole or Barbara Mitchell?


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RE: Can anyone I.D. this one for me?

  • Posted by marric Z5a Ontario (My Page) on
    Sun, Jul 14, 13 at 15:27

I looked at Barbara Mitchell too but BM has a green throat and white midribs, mine doesn't. I also looked at Fairy Tale Pink which is a parent to BM. I went through my database (I'm getting better at record keeping!) and I think it may be FTP. I also have JN in a different spot. You were closer than you thought eh? Thanks Marg


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RE: Can anyone I.D. this one for me?

This is my Jolyene Nicole this spring:
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Sarah


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RE: Can anyone I.D. this one for me?

It has too much Choral in it to be Barbara Mitchell or
Fairy Tale Pink:
BM -
Barbara Mitchell photo 042-4.jpg

This is Silken Touch
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Fairy Tale Pink

Fairy Tale Pink photo 014-7.jpg
Sarah


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RE: Can anyone I.D. this one for me?

  • Posted by marric Z5a Ontario (My Page) on
    Sun, Jul 14, 13 at 20:29

Sarah, I did buy JN but its in another spot. The nursery I bought from gave me 2 bonus plants so maybe this is one of them? Anyway, we'll see when the one marked JN flowers. Thanks. Marg


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RE: Can anyone I.D. this one for me?

Here is my Jolyene Nichole. It's not very tall. I think that's what you have . Donna is right. Of course yours is a poly so that makes it look a bit different.

Jolyene Nichole photo JolyeneNichole7.jpg


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