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Re: TB: mystery TB (Not Dover Beach..)

From: StorYlade@aol.com

In a message dated 4/9/1999 9:05:28 AM Central Daylight Time, MARKM@tc.gc.ca 

<< Standards are definitely conical and closed
 rather than domed and slightly open as in the picture >>

Weather conditions might advance conical to domed??  Though I have no way of 
knowing the conditions on the day this one was 'captured.'  Again the only 
way to be sure is to grow both and compare blooms.  And don't forget the 
beard in the throat.   

Betty in Bowling Green KY

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