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REB: 03-323ARE

  • Subject: REB: 03-323ARE
  • From: "Mary Swann-Young" <MryL1@msn.com>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2007 13:14:56 -0500

OK Linda, you wanted to see seedlings!
This one is Come What May X Amain.  Blooming here at only 25 inches. 
Was much more impressive at 38 inches in May, 2006.  4 branches and
spur, 10 buds so far.  Tucking some on opening today - has never done
so before.  Bottom 2 branches going haywire - hasn't done that before
either.  Been trying to do it the last couple of (bad) years.  Kept the one
biggest rhizome when I cleared out the 03s this spring.
It's bright!
Mary Lou, near Indianapolis, Z5 (red tags mean rebloom here on seedlings)

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