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HYB:more trouble

  • Subject: HYB:more trouble
  • From: christian foster <flatnflashy@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Wed, 7 May 2008 15:59:01 -0700 (PDT)

Here is 05-150-03 showing a..... proto horn?


I noticed Thomas(?) posted a picture of a tectorum cross with a similar development at the end of the beard....  Does this mean that my seedling will have real appendages next year?  Of the three, without the proto horn the 03 is trash with an aggressive growth habit.


Obviously some sibling crosses are in order... they have one broken color sibling so far (fight with computer prevents sharing a picture) and five more siblings to bloom...


It's really not fair when even the seedlings that are supposed to be boring end up being intriguing.


Just wait 'til the 05-119 cross starts blooming.... you'll love those.... well if you like intrigue... that cross is producing a lot of diversity already.





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