Gipsy Queen

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    Now those are beauties and the peach colour.
     
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    @Gail-Steman, It is nice to see that peach is not an overlooked color.
     
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    Oh I love peach in colour...weather it's plants or clothes as soft as it sounds, it always looks a luxurious colour to me.
     



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    @Gail-Steman, Horticulturalists who develop new varieties of flowers should sometimes include peach colored ones.
     
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    It's a nice unusual colour more so in garden.
     
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    Gipsy Queen Hyacinths are fragrant. For best visual impact, plant at least five bulbs in groups.
     
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    We've got some of these come out on the front garden with our daffs but they're a deep blue.
     
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    @Gail-Steman, I did not know that Gipsy Hyacinths could be blue.
     
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    Yes but they come in different heights...they do loads today to change the colour of plants but ours was put in by the previous owner and we've been here 10yrs...here's a pic of blue ones.

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    @Gail-Steman, The blue hyacinths are splendid. It was nice that you kept them from the previous owner.
     
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    When they all come out around the birch tree i'll take a shot for you to see what we left....underneath the windows was plastered in plants and all over grown but I wanted it slabbed so the windows could be cleaned.
     

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