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    Cool Neostylis Lou Sneary 'Blue'

    Lovely fragrance on this Neostylis Lou Sneary.

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    Cheers,
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    Very lovely!

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    Very petty!


    Susan

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    The shape of the flowers is really elegant. The clonal name ‘blue’ - why?
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    Thanks everyone!

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    The shape of the flowers is really elegant. The clonal name ‘blue’ - why?
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    It has the very slightest tint of blue, but appears almost white. I would think being named 'blue' would mean the flower was blue too. haha

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    I have 'Bluebird' and it has a very sweet scent also.
    Now I have to look for this white one.

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