1. Georgia on November 2, 2010 at 1:32 pm

    Hi Lauren,
    So it’s Augustus turn… paired with an American lady? For naming purposes should we start thinking along the lines of the flora of the new world? Or is it Augustus that assumes the flowery alter ego?
    That was a great interview and glimpse at Pink IX. Thank you.

  2. Anne K on November 2, 2010 at 7:30 pm

    I agree with Georgia! There are so many lovely flowers, trees, and grasses native to North America.

    By the way, I just found out the state tree of Kentucky is the Tulip Tree (also know as a tulip poplar or yellow poplar)! This was quite an apropos week to find that out. I have always liked the Tulip Tree. I learned to climb on my grandparents’ tree.

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