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ALTERED STATE (Carr, 1997).  This flower has an interesting coloration that photos do not do justice for.  It has a high bud count, and reblooms.  The colors are better in humid weather.  I have had it 12 years, and the Rust Resistance Grade is a C+ to B-.


This is BROOKLYN TWIST (Lambertson, 1998).  I have had it three seasons.  It grows strong, but does sometimes get the rust.  Currently, I give it a Rust Resistance Grade of B-.   


MARKED BY LYDIA (Temple, 1994).  I almost lost this one because it does not like the natural soil here, but the plant looks much more healthy since I put it in a good potting mix.  I have had it several years.  It can rust fairly bad, but so far the last couple winters, has shown signs of better resistance.  I give it a Rust Resistance Grade of C at the time pending how it does this year.