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Re: Re: Country Dawn

Hi Linda, and others!

I found Country Dawn to be extremely fertile, at least, pod-wise. I
have had successful pods on it from Rebecca Anne and Classic Hues.
The Rebecca Anne seedlings are blooming now . . . but they don't have
great form (probably from R.A.) -- they're also in their Maiden Year.

I also have seed in the seedling bed from using Country Dawn as a
pollen parent. And, YES, there's pollen out there in those
flowers. :-)

Thanks for asking. I see that my photo doesn't give a view of the
stamens! Ha! Country Dawn was being just a little sheepish for that
mug shot. ;-) !


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