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HYB: I like this one

  • Subject: HYB: I like this one
  • From: christian foster <flatnflashy@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Wed, 21 May 2008 19:34:51 -0700 (PDT)

This is a newly opened seedling 05-049-10.  five have bloom from this cross so far.  This is the only one that I like.  Two others will get another season... for weather related reasons...


this one I just like.  Bill Tyson's 97-014-11 X 03-009-02 (Jesse's Song X Rebound)  Yep, that makes it related to the red one, and the Zunkling (aka 05-119-31) and the mucky orange with the blue at the end of the beard.  Note the clear yellow of the standards, that is the same exact sunny yellow shade as 05-119-05 the "quietly pleasing" yellow self I posted last year.


Naturally 05-119-05 didn't bloom this year so I could make the obvious cross....


Oh, and this one has two bonuses... yes, there is a bit of an edge... or a rim... or something.  And, those speckles are red, redder than 05-119-12.




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