That looks pretty good for an IMM seedling! My experience with IMM et
al X GBK crosses is that with some, the 2nd year germinants can be a
stronger than first years. So <maybe> the next batch will be more
spot/rot resistant and a little tougher.
Most striking example here I can think of right now: of the first year's
from ENG COT X SHARPSHOOTER either died right away or were very frost
sensitive, or both <g>; second year's look <very> robust so far.
Including one maiden summer bloom this year.
Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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