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HYB: Eurythmic

From: "Walter Moores" <wmoores@watervalley.net>

EURYTHMIC has pollen this season, and I have been spreading it 
everywhere.  I had a pod on it last year, but it fell off after about 
three weeks.

Has anybody had any success with it?  I can't recall seeing it in any 
parentages.  Are there any children?

Walter Moores
Enid Lake, MS 7/8 (a stalk of VIOLET SHIMMER has four open flowers 
today.  In looking at the bud count, there are three in the terminal 
and three on some branches..doesn't beat PACIFIC OVERTURES  
though with four in the terminal, which I had last year so it is not 
a freakish thing)

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