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    Default Catts.

    The first one is Bc. Star Ruby 'xanadu Am/Aos. Second one is Bl. Sunset Glory . 3rd. Blc. Ann Miyamoto 'Carmela . Gin
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    Very nice. I've looked at getting a Sunset Glory, is it an easy bloomer?

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    I really like those top two.

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    Thumbs up WoW!

    Very nice

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    The Sunset Glory is very easy to bloom , grows fast , blooms several times a year, it is a Richard Mueller hybrid , not floofy but reliable , The blooms turn almost white as they age . So far no non blooming growths . Thanks for looking Gin

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    Great blooms Gin! They are all nice but I like the Bc. Star Ruby the best.

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    I'll take one of each thanks

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    Trade you for a Rose Breasted Cockatoo lolol . G

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gin
    Trade you for a Rose Breasted Cockatoo lolol . G
    oh, don't have one of those, but how bout one of these?

    This particular one has been very nortie indeed.... it has started biting off bits of the latticework.... so I won't mind shipping him/her off!
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    I met a couple a few years ago that were on vacation from Aust. They built a vacation cabin ,were gone for a couple of week when they went to use it the Toos. had chewed all the window frames and anything else the could get thier beaks on . It seems odd to see Toos. in the wild . Only in cages here . To bad Aust. will not export them
    When I lived in So. Ca. there was a flock of Amazons in my front yard . Gin

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