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Genteel - Crystalline Edges
  • Subject: Genteel - Crystalline Edges
  • From: Jill Gibson <gibb@wildblue.net>
  • Date: Mon, 16 May 2011 13:14:29 -0500


Betty you said:
<<"I not noticed crystalline edges.  I've carried a lot of the blooms around <<(while polinating) and doubt I would have overlooked them, so I'd say <<not.  At least, not in my soil.  I've been more interested in going for the <<ornage/red beards I know are in it's background.  Those edges can be <<tricky."
How tricky is tricky?  I'm interested in those edges, but have found few people who know about them.  Write privately or answer here so all can hear, but I'd really love to know more.  I've found 3 or 4 varieties and plan to cross them back and forth until I have a stable edge, but would love some pointers if anyone has experience with them.  Thanks.
Jill Gibson 

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