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Onco's waking up
  • Subject: Onco's waking up
  • From: John Baumfalk <johnb002@cox.net>
  • Date: Sun, 05 Sep 2010 14:43:20 -0400


Hi folks. Just took an inventory and here is what are coming out of
dormancy so far.

Established and newly planted clumps.
Barnumae, Damascena, Elegantissima, Kirkwoodii, and Sari.

First year seedlings from last spring.
Lortetii. - 1

! year seedlings from spring 2009.
Paradoxa - 2
Sari - 1
Urmiensis - 4
Acutiloba x Choschab - 2 attached is a picture of one of these that has
2 increase already!!!
Dardanus x Choschab - 2

3 year seedling
Sofarana - 1

Also have 4 I. Scariosa one year seedlings, 1 of which has 4 increase on
it, and 1 newly germinated seedling.

Waiting for more to show up.

John B

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