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HYB: Metallic gold edge
  • Subject: HYB: Metallic gold edge
  • From: <MryL1@msn.com>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2011 06:37:23 -0400


This is the only metallic gold edge I noticed this spring. Photo is of
2 stalks from a big clump, overgrowing everything in the vicinity. Still
too narrow, stalks too thin, but vastly improved from 03-325ARE, which
has been recycled in favor of some offspring.
03-325ARE:(Come What May x Harvest Of Memories) X Vienna Waltz
03-325ARE is also pod parent of the orangeish rebloomer by Genteel, which
has slight metallic gold edge.  This child is carrying pods by Genteel and Lunar
Somewhere in the freezer I have pollen from a Vienna Waltz X Again And
Again that maiden bloomed last fall indoors.  Yellow over pale blue with yellow
edges. That might have been good on this.  Hope it gives me a chance for a
good photo this fall.
Mary Lou

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