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Re: 1999 'Let's Streak'seedlings


Getting really excited about the seedlings that are popping up and
unfurling all over!  Seems to be a high percentage of streaky or bright
yellow (not the creamy ones that don't make it, I keep telling myself).
Of those opening out now, not many are green, and these are the first to
fully open.  Lots of different leaf shapes, too.  Some are almost round,
some heart-shaped, and a lot ovate?  

The special blues are beginning to come up and open, and the Alex
Summers seedlings are opening like crazy!

More fun!!

Betsy
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