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Re: AB: the experimental family
  • Subject: Re: AB: the experimental family
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2010 14:49:03 -0400


Although I'm not trying to grow AB's, it sure is nice to see that you
can use something with falls as crimped as the upper left and get much
nicer form in the seedlings. I've been tempted to use a few like that
because they have other traits I want (i.e., alive, blooming and fertile
here in the vale) but form has been so unlikeable, I haven't.

Thanks for posting the family group, Donald.

> tendency to have crimped falls
> as seen here. I sure didn't expect the drastic improvement.

Linda Mann
east TN USA zone 7

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