Betty, I think it’s
pretty.It’s clumping, of
course, as most rebloom stalks do in my part of the country. A clumped rebloom stalk may frequently
have ten or more tightly placed buds.One really can’t judge stalks or bud count until she sees the
How true that our expectations (dreams) influence our judgment
of the real flowers!Also an extra
beautiful bloom on one of our seedlings tends to blind us to its serious faults
and also to the superior qualities of its less spectacular siblings. At least that has happened to me.
Francelle EdwardsGlendale, AZZone 9
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Blame Linda Mann . . . she asked for
On the very top . . . barely visible is the terminal bloom . . . appears to be
setting a pod (holding breath)
Next down is a bloom I damaged while pollinating . . . missing standard.
Bottom bloom is starting to fold . . . standards first.
On the right, is a new bloom partially open.
No grooming since I'm going for pods and counting buds. So far I've
counted 10. The stalks have spurs.