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HYB: More Tenderly X (English Charm x Mother Earth)
  • Subject: HYB: More Tenderly X (English Charm x Mother Earth)
  • From: <MryL1@msn.com>
  • Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2012 13:09:33 -0400


Hard frost the morning of 4/11 knocked out everything open
and apparently killed some TB buds.  Top 2 in the photo were
loosening at the time and were not affected.  I like that!
Been cold here ever since.  Most everything on hold.
First TBs to open here are these sibs to the fall maiden posted
on 2/12/12.  Third day open for the one in the top foreground.
Hope this doesn't make you feel worse, Linda.  Yours were undoubtedly
farther along. 
Excited about a (Tomorrow's Child x Feed Back) RE X Decadence
seedling with spent primary and getting ready to bloom 2 burly
stalks on increase.  Big, fat, ruffled buds.
Mary Lou, near Indianapolis, Z5 - still a nasty cold wind, but at least
the sun came out

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