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SPEC: I. balkana source? (was MED: MTB - Blue Chip Stock)

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  • Subject: SPEC: I. balkana source? (was MED: MTB - Blue Chip Stock)
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@icx.net>
  • Date: Thu, 15 Apr 1999 07:17:23 -0700
  • References: <924161501.14246@onelist.com>

From: Linda Mann <lmann@icx.net>

Dorothy Willott in ? wrote:
> ECHO POND is a tet MTB introduced in 1984 by the late David Sindt.  It
> is a 
> neglecta and height is listed at 18.5 in.  Cross is Annikins(IB) X Sdlg.
> 283: 
> (Annikins x (Kiss Me Kate(IB) x ((Emma Cook(TB) x Dotted Swiss(TB)) x I.
> balkana))). 

Another fairly recent intro with I. balkana in the ancestry...  I would
like to buy some balkana to see what its growth habits are in my
garden/climate.  Anybody know of a source?  Seems that both Sindt and
Hager have used it within the last decade or so?  Other hybridizers?

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA
forecast is for hail, storms, & high wind this afternoon, hard freeze
and overcast (so it won't warm up fast during the day) over the
weekend.  I guess you folks in California decided to give my weather
back. :<  At least we are having almost a week of much cooler
temperatures, so things won't be quite as tender as last week when highs
were nearly 90.

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