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New Seedling

  • Subject: New Seedling
  • From: tdhawk@att.net
  • Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2008 03:38:05 +0000

I just had my first seedling bloom, Very Big GRIN, but it bloomed very very short, like 4", just above the rizome, I figure that was because of the frost we had when it was trying to develope.  This being my first seedling to bloom I did not know what to expect, the POD parent was a white historic and the POLLEN parent was a mulberry historic.  I still have 3 more seedlings from this cross to bloom so I can hardly wait to see what they turn out looking like.

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