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True Blue?

Posted by misssherry Z8/9MS (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 24, 07 at 19:29

It's been my experience that plants that are advertised as being blue are usually blue/purple - do any of you know of any passis that have big, true blue flowers?
Sherry


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RE: True Blue?

Well, I don't guess anybody knows of a true blue passi - maybe there aren't any.
Sherry


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RE: True Blue?

  • Posted by chena z7 Texas (My Page) on
    Mon, Aug 27, 07 at 15:55

LOLOL...
Chena


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RE: True Blue?

Check out Henk Wouter's site and scroll down to his new hybrid P. 'Blue Stripper'. It is as blue as any I have ever seen.

Here is a link that might be useful: Henks Hybrids


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RE: True Blue?

Wow!! I love 'Blue Stripper'!
Whenever it comes on the market, that's one I'll DEFINITELY buy!
There are so many gorgeous hybrids, it's all a bit overwhelming! How do you choose?
Sherry


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Gosh I want one of each of those on that page (of the ones I dont have) lol! Love that link!


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