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IB: Dragonmaster, & SDB: Tahoma

  • Subject: IB: Dragonmaster, & SDB: Tahoma
  • From: Cordesview <cordesview@m33access.com>
  • Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2008 11:25:20 -0400

I mentioned last year that I couldn't wait to see DRAGONMASTER in full bloom. Well, here it is as a two-year-old clump in Michigan. That's the correct color, too!

Thank goodness for cloudy days, so we can (*sometimes*) capture colors the right way!

Oh, and I used Dragonmaster as a pod parent 4 times, and a pollen parent 9 times with no results. Dare I quit? Hmm, Loic, I haven't hit 50 tries yet, so I guess I'll just keep going? ;-)

The second photo is of TAHOMA in a two-year old clump.


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2nd year clump.

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TAHOMA (M. Smith '03)
2nd year clump

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