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Re: HYB: Champagne Elegance-Fertility (was Rebloom in Australia)

From: z88keys@mindspring.com (L.Zurbrigg)

>From: Iarejan@aol.com
>In a message dated 4/14/99 10:46:16 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
>sterling_o@hotmail.com writes:
><<  Is
> it pod and pollen fertile? I grow it but have never defiled it
> as yet. Anyone have any experience with it?
>  >>
>     Haha!   A question I can answer...my garden journal notes that Champagne
>Elegance is pollen fertile...now that was per Don and Ginny Spoon Friendship
>Gardens Catalog.   ( I LOVE that they listed some fertilities).
>     Can't be at chat this Friday...attending parents 50th Anniversary Party.
>Talk to you soon...
>Janet Natale
>zone 8 of S.C.
Fist-hand knowledge, CHAMPAGNE ELEGANCE is pod sterile but pollen fertile.
Lloyd Zurbrigg in Durham NC. My yellow amoena JEAN MARIE is out of it.

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