Re: TB: Awards....was....HISTORIC VS. MODERN TB's -Lengthy
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- From: "Joe Spears" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 17 Dec 1997 20:47:06 -0700 (MST)
SILVERADO and HONKY TONK BLUES are neither one great performers here.
WINTER OLYMPICS will not grow at all for anyone I know around here.
SKYWATCH hangs in there and PAC PAN is a super performer. MARY GEDDES does
Joe and Donna
From: John Montgomery <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Date: Wednesday, December 17, 1997 6:39 PM
Subject: Re: TB: Awards....was....HISTORIC VS. MODERN TB's -Lengthy
>At 03:22 PM 97-12-17 -0700, Walter Moores wrote:
>> The ones I had reference to are SILVERADO and HONKY TONK BLUES. I
>>have two fans of these in the many years I have grown them. They do not
>>increase, nor do they bloom. 1998 will be the last year for them if they
>>do not win, place or show. SKYWATCH grew well but bloomed only every
>>three or four years WINTER OLYMPICS and PACIFIC PANORAMA were never a
>>problem. I have never grown MARY GEDDESS.
>I guess there are geographical differences. SILVERADO grows like a pig
>here. Too vigorous really for my taste. HONKY TONK BLUES is more restrained
>but acceptably vigorous. SKY WATCH always blooms well.
>Vernon BC Zone 5