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Jun 9, 2020 12:27 PM CST
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Pompano Beach, FL
By now, you are all getting that I am trying to identify the broms in my yard. It is a newfound interest, even though I have been raising broms for years. I am busy with my labels, so I can at least hold some sort of a coherent conversation with like-minded peeps. Confused

So, here are 6 another ones I cannot identify. Some of you all are fantastic at this, so I am throwing it out there. If anyone has a clue, I would LOVE to hear it. Also, some may be juvies and some may be adults of the same one.
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Jun 12, 2020 6:24 AM CST
Name: Sherri
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Well I'm not going to be much help here, the second photo looks a lot like my N. 'Fireball X Burgundy', and the last reminds me of N. 'Yellow Devil' , the third one could be, N. 'Gazpacho' or 'Gespacho'. Those are my guesses.
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