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Re: Re:HYB: REB: asking again - heredity of rebloom traits

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

>From: Linda Mann <lmann@icx.net>
>Thanks Mike Sutton and Lloyd Zurbrigg for answering my question about
>inheritance of rebloom.
>Rats.  So you/we haven't reached the point with this where you can
>predict what the offspring will be re: rebloom.
>I wouldn't actually self either IMMORTALITY or HARVEST OF MEMORIES, but
>used those as examples so I could understand the predicted results.
>I have about 20 extraordinarily vigorous seedlings from IMMORTALITY X
>CELEBRATION SONG.  As far as I can tell, CELEBRATION SONG has no rebloom
>ancestors.  Are any of these children possibly going to rebloom, either
>fall or continuous?
>If (by some miracle) two of them turn out to be keepers, what is the
>likelihood that a cross of the two children would result in either a
>continuous bloomer (like IMMORTALITY) or a fall re-bloomer?  With little
>sprinklings from the garden hose, they have kept growing all summer, if
>that means anything.
>Linda Mann east Tennessee USA
>Dear Linda: I do not know CELEBRATION SONG. It is possible that a couple
>of seedlings or more might rebloom. Usually it would take another cross to
>get all the desired characteristics, particularly if a color pattern is
Had a good rain, and the welcome coolness is upon us.  Now hurricane Dennis
is on its way back to land!!!

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