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SV: New Seedling (Was SV: Cult: Leaf Spots)


Neither, i had them in the fridge and they started to sprout so i planted
them in pots
and keeping them indoor, will move them to a greenhouse in march-june

its a tb cross of: good show X shatter

(i have one feet snow in the garden)

bw / Gunnar
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> Fren: Barb Johnson <lgjohnson@getonthe.net>
> Till: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
> Dmne: Re: New Seedling (Was  SV: Cult: Leaf Spots)
> Datum:  den 5 februari 1998 19:19
> 
> gunnar andersson wrote:
 
> > Great!!
> > I have my first TB seedling up some mm, oboy this is really
exciting!!!!!
> > 
> > Gunnar
> 
> 
> Gunnar!  Really? This early in the year! Is it outdoors or in a 
> greenhouse? Cool!  What are its parents' names?
> 
> Barb J.       lgjohnson@getonthe.net
> Near Springfield, MO -- no seedlings up yet.





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