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  1. #1
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    Default an off season Cym

    This is Cym Red Beauty 'Debi's Christmas'





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    THAT is a gorgeous cym!

  3. #3
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    Bootiful! never had a red Cym, this may convince me to try again!

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    Lovely bold red!

    Cheers,
    BD

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    excellent color. early xmas?

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    I guess Debi likes to celebrate Xmas in Sept

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    Yumm--wow! That one made me sigh aloud--I LOVE the color! Nicely done! If you tell me its fragrant too, I'll just have to find one--somewhere, somehow! (I might anyway . . . ) WOW!

  8. #8
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    WOW!!!

    Absolutely stunning.

    Got to have one of those.

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    stunning colour! I wish I can bloom these large ones, the summer just isn't long enough here to keep outdoors for growth plus bud initiation

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    Such a vibrant colour!

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