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In a message dated 05/25/2000 9:50:35 PM Central Daylight Time, 
tmilchh@aol.com writes:

> Dear Jim,
>       This MTB is gorgeous. Does it grow well? Will you introduce it ?
>  Annette Milch        Lexington, KY, USA             TMilchh@aol.com
Hi Annette,

Well so far it's been a so so grower. I am getting it out of the seedling 
patch this year into a better location then I will be able to tell exactly 
how it's going to do. In all fairness it only had 4 buds this year but that 
can change due to weather. This year nothing here had good branching nor good 
bud count. I was very surprised at getting something witha  bloom this small 
out of the cross I made then top it off the colors. But I hope it will do 
well once I move it out of the location it's at now. I will keep you posted 
and if It does well if you want let you guest it also. That would be at least 
next year or maybe even the following year. I mainly am excited about this 
because we can now cross this with other MTB's and get this pattern in all 
colors. Thanks for the nice comments about the seedling.

Jim LOveland

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