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Re: SDB: choosing to introduce? seedling

In a message dated 4/21/2003 8:19:01 PM Central Standard Time, 
lmann@volfirst.net writes:

> a better grower/bloomer here.

It's an improved version? If it grows and blooms better in some parts of the 
country that could be a good reason for introduction.

I've got a child of Innocent Star X (Earl of Essex x Hot Streak) blooming 
that I will consider.  It bloomed in July last year. It looks a lot like IS 
and Rock Star but is taller.  The bloom is a little too small for my tastes, 
but overall it might be worth it. Still not the color pattern I was looking 

Betty W. in South-central KY zone 6

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