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chrissy100 wrote: The humidity protects Brugs in the heat while dry hot wind can leave Brugs in full open situation crisped.
That is what some of them were this morning.
Just the outer leaves but because they shrivel and drop the under leaves may burn off in this prolonged heat.
I have been told that some Brugs simply go to sleep in this big heat and some don't come back.
Guess I will find out.
here is Lipstick Pink in pale mode just to show you the different shape ...see the tube? it is more ...ummm tubular .
AE is longer more of a narrower slight flair in the tube.
Look at the neck area too.
Of course Lipstick Pink is a lovely darker rose pink in some conditions.