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PHOTO: MDB: bright yellow and (?) seedling FFXLG
  • Subject: PHOTO: MDB: bright yellow and (?) seedling FFXLG
  • From: Elmsterj@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2010 16:25:31 EDT

Hello all.....
    Pictured below are three photos of an MDB seedling of mine.  Pic 1 shows it just unfolding, and I was surprised to see an olive-brown tone to the fall spot.  Pic 2.....I took while it was in my shadow, and the spot showed a definite olive green tone.  Pic 3 was taken 5 days later, and the fall spot had diminished to a somewhat coppery tone.  I kept this seedling because I felt it had definite possibilities.  Its "junky" siblings got the heave-ho.

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