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Ant: CULT: Is this pineappling?

  • Subject: [PHOTO] Ant: [iris-photos] CULT: Is this pineappling?
  • From: Birgit Thome-Kromer b_m_t_k@yahoo.de
  • Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2005 12:08:46 +0200 (CEST)

Dear Mary,
I think this looks interesting. If there some space left in the garden I would rater keep than compost them. And if you do not like to keep them, send them over to Germany :).

Mary Swann-Young <MryL1@msn.com> schrieb:
Never had this happen before.  Only 2 seedlings from this cross (my pinkish NOID X Sostenique) Both are trying to maiden bloom in mid-90s heat with no rain.  A slew of tiny little buds and zig-zag branches on both.  Should I compost them?  Cut off these stalks?  What is the chance they will perform normally in future years?
Mary Lou, near Indianapolis, Z5

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