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Re: TB:REB: Probability of Rebloom

From: Chris Darlington <chris.darlington@sympatico.ca>

Thanks Linda , for the little fact on probability of rebloom between
continual rebloomers and spring only bloomers.  As I was planing my
crosses for next year , I wondered what percentage of seedlings from a
cross between the two would rebloom , not necessarily ever bloom , just
rebloom.  Would this be the same when breeding a regular TB x SA with
hopes of producing seedlings with appendages  ?  

Thanks for the info
Chris Darlington 
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA
> ps - Don Spoon sez that 1 out of 20 babies of a cross of a continual
> bloomer like Immortality and a oncer like CELEBRATION SONG can be
> expected to rebloom.
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