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Re: Re: Twist of Fate

> Glitz N Glitter, which I love growing, has consistently produced the
> ugliest children I have ever seen.  A cross with Schreiner's Gypsy
> Woman (which everyone probably did about 7-10 years ago) had
> unspeakable results.  I still grow both, and get tempted to make the
> old cross, and then, thankfully, reason returns to its throne.

> Regards, Abe  (Besides, Fred Kerr's Emma Cook patterns, ie., Lena
> Baker, probably has saved everyone a generation or two; we'll see what
> children it's capable of.

	Isn't it amazing how some beauties can produce such wicked 
chldren but years after their introduction occasionally produce a 
decent child?

	I am reminded of another recent TOF child by Duane Meek - 

	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS 7/8 USA

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