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AB: sdlg ((Silent Rain x Heart Stealer) x (unknown x Sheik))
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  • Subject: AB: sdlg ((Silent Rain x Heart Stealer) x (unknown x Sheik))
  • From: Donald Eaves <donald@txol.net>
  • Date: Sun, 01 Apr 2012 14:01:19 -0500

 

Another one of the same ilk. The OGB- (quarterbred type) pod parent is
a very plain Jane. Basically the colors here match it, but are richer
and nicer. All in all, this was an attractive bloom on a snaky stalk
and will probably be a bloom out since there is no increase. Bloom
looks like the OGB type (halfbred). Again, no pollen, but there is at
least one pod. The 'unknown' in the heritage was an obviously misnamed
AB that I acquired via the ASI plant sale. Nice bloom and plant, but I
never was able to identify it with any reasonable certainty. I think
Burseen's Silent Rain would be an interesting TB to work in amongst the ABs.

Donald Eaves
donald@eastland.net
Texas Zone 7b, USA

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