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Re: 05A13 907

  • Subject: Re: 05A13 907
  • From: Vicki <jvickic@comcast.net>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2009 12:06:58 -0700

This would be my selection. I have found that the majority of Jim's plicata's have very good to excellent branching. So if the better blooms need more branching, I would try to be very select in crossing them. There is alway a market for plicata's. They have a strong appeal to many growers.

J. Griffin Crump wrote:

Here are the last 3 plicatas that I'll be posting at this time.  They are from the same cross as the last group.  --  Griff

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