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Re: sharing

Thanks for the sharing. It's really neat to hear what might be coming down
(up) the pike in a few years. I've never tried my hand at Hosta
hybridization, but for the past couple of years I have been doing crosses
with tropical hibiscus.  It take a year and a half to two years before you
see the first bloom on a seedling (meanwhile here in TN of course, you have
to overwinter in a stuffed greenhouse). Anyway, my first successful cross
bloomed this weekend for the first time. In my eyes it's the most beautiful
hibiscus every seen. Of course, I will be sending pics to other hibiscus
breeders to judge whether this baby is worthy of grafting and
propagation... It's really exciting, isn't it!


At 04:14 PM 11/15/99 EST, you wrote:
>Hi folks,
>Just had to tell all of you about my group of hosta seedlings now know as
>X Files.
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