>Oh MY!!!! :-) Is that
INTERESTING! What will you be dong with it?
I'll daub around with it and see what
happens. That's if it survives long enough. This is a one year
seedling and it put on five increases. The original seedling didn't
survive a mild winter, three of the increase fans will bloom. Here is the
first bloom on the second stalk (first in background). I had to measure
the beard again to see if it was as wide and it, too, registered just over 3/4
inch. Some arilbreds have beards nearly all across the top of the
falls. I think maybe why this one looks so hairy is that it comes so far
down the falls. It appears about half the signal pattern is covered by the
beard. This bloom had a lull in the wind and got a temporary break.
At least they are managing the wind pretty well. A sibling bloom and had
lots of beard, but only measured 3/8 inch. Different color as
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