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Re: Cult:extra parts?

From: "S&C Rust" <srust@fidnet.com>

Besides SEASON TICKET, another that sometimes has multiple petals for us is
LITTLE SNOW LEMON.  It doesn't always have them.  This is a repeater IB...we
can exhibit it at early shows and beardless shows.  It is very consistent.
Last year I grew it next to a one year clump of PROTOCOL.  I far preferred
LITTLE SNOW LEMON.  However, I have had LSL a few years, and have learned
not to toss first bloom plants too quickly.  PROTOCOL has since made a
massive clump, so we shall see.  LITTLE SNOW LEMON has earned its spot here,
and is one of few that is in no danger of being tossed!

Cindy Rust

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