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Re: 2003 seedling


Hi Robert,

VERY nice seedling!  I would like to see a clump photo of your seedling.  You definitely have something worth keeping and using in hybridizing, especially with 9 buds and such nice branching!  I'm very happy for you!  


On Mar 31, 2012, at 7:02 PM, robert sutton wrote:


This hybrid has been in a pot since its first year, and was finally planted out last summer. So, its nice to finally see it blooming, along with a second seedling that looks almost identical.The spike is 40 tall, 9 buds and excellent branching. Think i might have a winner here.


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