Thanks Linda................I plan to be working more with this seedling.
Though it's not perfect - - it is a very vigorous grower and
increaser, grows to 40-42 inches tall, had 10 buds last year, and has great
branching too. :-)
In a message dated 10/13/2006 5:50:37 AM US Mountain
Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
the pattern and colors on that one, Margie. Better than the darker
ones with similar pattern.
-- Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8 East
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In a message dated 10/12/2006 6:33:39 PM US Mountain
Standard Time, IrisLady@comcast.net writes:
Donald, I have to admit that
I was drawn to this pattern too. I don't really see it as "Hafts run
amok" as much as that the veining has become something much more than "just
veining". To me it's as if the falls are lined with stripes. I suspect
we'll see more of this. I have a seedling (though a different color) which
has a similar look. The veining on it doesn't reach all the way to the
edges.............nor is the form as nice as Keith's. The
veining/stripe pattern starts off a brown -green, then fades to an olive green.