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Fw: Tenderly X (English Charm x Mother Earth) fall maiden
  • Subject: Fw: Tenderly X (English Charm x Mother Earth) fall maiden
  • From: <MryL1@msn.com>
  • Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2012 09:44:29 -0500


----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, February 12, 2012 9:29 AM
Subject: Tenderly X (English Charm x Mother Earth) fall maiden

Been off the internet since mid November, back now!
Not much happened in the fall garden after 22 consecutive days
over 90 degrees last summer, with no precip to speak of.  Wish I
could tell how much water is left in the well.  A couple of seedlings
bloomed in October and were potted as a precaution.  The other
one, Tenderly X (Twilight Fancies x Starring) had surprisingly little
color, BB size, and very round.  No decent photo of it.
This one had 3 branches and spur.  Top growth stopped from cold,
top branch outgrew it, then top growth started again when brought
Missed you all!
Mary Lou, near Indianapolis - catching up

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