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Posted by plumatherapy 10a so cal (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 3, 11 at 15:21

Just wondering if anyone here has ever grown or had a Sundance. I just acquired a nice four branched newly rooted plant and would like to know a little more about its habits and your luck with blooming.
Thanks in advance

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RE: sundance

from my notes...
Sundance Southern Calif. Odd, strong sweet cinnamon Dentyne Gum, large deep pink streaky orange/pink blooms have an orange center with deep red streaks. Named by Marilynn Cohen of Marilynn's Gardens. Iris Sunset on steroids. Nonstop bloomer. Recommended for the coast. Strong bloomer. Salmon Coloring and veining..good bloomer too. Unpleasant scent. Generous bloomer, excellent brancher, sweet cinnamon fragrance.

RE: sundance

Thanks for the info- that's pretty much how it was described to me. Sounds very desirable to me, as I'm not as much about the scent as the appearance and growth habits
Happy growing

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