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Flowers: So called Rose of Sharon in bloom now



2014-06-30 - E Fortune Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Not wishing to steer up anything, but to furnish a point of debate, and to maintain a diary of important things, the so-called Rose of Sharon, is in bloom on E Fortune Street. But that's heresy to Billy Joe Fudge. See his side-by-side comparison of this Flower and the Real Rose of Sharon on July 9, 2012 : Kentucky Color: Rose of Sharon, indeed! and a follow up, let's-put-an end-to-this-nonsense piece 11 days later, with three more magnificent pictures, at Kentucky Color: Standing up for the Real Rose of Sharon
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