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Re: Re:48 C MTB

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Re:48 C MTB
  • From: Vicki Craig <vicki_c@comcast.net>
  • Date: Sun, 23 May 2004 18:47:42 -0700

Actually, That is one stalk and it had 14 buds. It was rebranched on the 
lower branches which is hidden by the leaf.  The lower buds that are 
visable are on a 2nd stalk which was hit by a late frost. (very low in 
the photo you see buds that is the frosted stalk). The stalk with open 
blooms came later and it has the 14 bud count.
Our Enriched MTB tends to have 13 to 14 buds.

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