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Re: HYB: Ultimate SA

From: "Mike Sutton" <suttons@lightspeed.net>

I think the ultimate SA would be one that everyone likes.  How's that for a
fantasy? :-)
BTW APOLLO ONE has been the star in our seedling bed this year in terms of a
good parent.  It has produced a well branched, budded and vigorous SA
colorbreaker.  Along with many other things but I thought that was a break
through.  (the well branched, budded and vigorous part)
-----Original Message-----

>From: Randy Squires <randysiris@juno.com>
>    OK, now you got me? It would be a non fading pure black with
>form, large flounces, random splashes of white or any color, purple
>   Even a large flounced extremely good growing Bewilderbeast type
>thing would be cool.

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