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breeindy wrote:
Cant wait to see that Epi with all the flowers open Sue.
1. Break Of Day (thanks Nev). 2. Jewellery Shop pup. 3. Rosella. 4. Nev I think the Aech. Chianti 'Jean' you sent me is getting to much sun. Alot of my trees are growing and im starting to get some shadey areas in my yard so i'll have to move some of the broms that can't handle the sun(which isnt many).
5. Blushing Tiger as it ages in alot of light and flowers... with pup neally the same size.

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