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TB- Come to Me

  • Subject: TB- Come to Me
  • From: "loic tasquier" <tasquierloic@cs.com>
  • Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 18:19:32 +0100

Was quite impressed by this one when it bloomed this spring.
And it hasn't been sent to the archives yet!

 

 

COME TO ME

(Ben Hager, R. 1987),

Sdlg. Sp3969CrHr. TB, 37" (94 cm), M
"S. light yellow; F. cream white; yellow beard, white horns.

 Sp3452BlHr: (5P3228Y&Wh x Moon Mistress) X Sky Hooks.

Melrose Gardens 1987 "

 

 

Got only  1 pod on it with Smash's pollen ( 53 seeds).

But Come to Me's pollen is good :

Got 33 seeds on Captive Sun,

36 seeds on Northern Jewel,

52 seeds on Cache of Gold, and

17 seeds on Sono Qui .

 

Loïc

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