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Jelitto’s ’Cool Breeze’...

The origin of 'Cool Breeze' began with a keen eye and a single offspring from a production field of 3,000 typical gaura plants. This selection was used as the starting point for breeding work. 

The stems and buds were greenish-white instead of the pinkish-red coloring on the common gaura. 'Cool Breeze' has graceful blooms of pure white. Pure white, vegetatively-grown gauras exist in the trade, but 'Cool Breeze' is the first seed-grown strain available.

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