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LADY FINGERS (Peck, 1967).  So far, it has shown good Rust resistance, at least a B+ to A anyway now going into its second season.  The flowers hold up in the heat well, and are nicely fragrant.  This is a Dormant and I hope it continues to do well.  


MAC THE KNIFE (MacMillan, 1965).  I have had it 6 years, and it has shown very little Rust and that was mostly when I divided it at the wrong time of year.  So, I give it a Rust Resistance Grade of B+ to be safe.  This flower is a good rebloomer here.