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Re: Seedling Parents

  • Subject: Re: Seedling Parents
  • From: "orders at Sutton's" <orders@suttoniris.com>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:19:17 -0700

thanks for the responses to the seedling parent pictures.  much appreciated.  here is the latest update on one of the seedlings.  Really like the branching with the slight "S" curve in the stalk.  Color looks good, although you can't really see it from the picture of the bud.  I peeked (probably not a good idea but couldn't resist) and it looks like it is a starburst or ray pattern on the falls with deep golden yellow standards.  Looks pretty ruffled in bud, will have to wait to see form after it opens.  The falls appear to be a dark maroonish black with orange yellow rays over the entire falls.  May not be that nice when it opens but it sure looks good in bud..., most of them do....:-).  Will post a picture in bloom, hopefully by the end of the week, sure takes a long time for them to open this time of year.
Mike Sutton



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