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Re: Valentines Day

Since you are all a little crazy over neames,  who do you like this for a
cross  I made some thirty or forty years ago:  PIN-UP GIRL X OEDIPUS REX !
 None of the progeny were fit to introduce!  Also, if Clarence will forgive
me, one of my most exciting crosses of four years ago, CLARENCE X SUKY>  This
is giving some fine  things, by the way . CLARENCE can at times produce
pollen, but SUKY can never set seeds!    Lloyd Zurbrigg Durham, NC  Garden
open to buses May 10, but a bit late for most  seedlings, I fear. 

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