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Re: TB Seedling W-265-A blooming now
  • Subject: Re: TB Seedling W-265-A blooming now
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Mon, 09 Apr 2012 18:33:41 -0400


Thanks Mike. I'm a total pedigree geek, even tho it doesn't usually
help me a whole lot when it comes to figuring what/if to do with it. ;-)
& usually all I'm looking for are the names, not the relationships,
just looking to see how many of the ancestors I've tried to grow here,
guess how well or poorly it might do. So the () aren't that important
to me usually (don't tell John or Keith K!). ;-)

> pedigree is kinda complicated....here you go
> ((((Twice Told x Mother Earth) x Let's Boogie)) x Orange Juice))) x ((Q-584 x (Yaquina Blue x American Eagle))) X Raspberry Swirl.
> I really hope I got all the parenthesis right!
> Mike

LEST WE FORGET continues to do well here - still can't figure out what
to do with it!

Linda Mann east TN USA zone 7b

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