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Re: MTB SEEDLING


WOW!!!!! I love all the COLOR!!!! what is the rest of
the plant like? Nice branching? What is the bud count
like? How is the growth?

Thanks in advance

Sterling
excited about that seedling

--- IRISROT@aol.com wrote:
> Hi All,
> 
> I am a watcher but wanted you all to see this
> seedling. It's from a cross of 
> {Payoff x Zing Me}. I was surprised when I got this
> and also even more 
> surprised when I saw it was the size of an MTB, the
> flower I mean. Jim 
> Loveland
>                                 Fenton, MO Zone 5
> 

> ATTACHMENT part 2 image/jpeg name=Mtb00-1.jpg



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