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HYB: Burst

Any of you growing BURST or tried any crosses with it?

I've searched the online registry and don't see anything registered from it. It's a striking color/pattern - makes me wonder why it hasn't been used, or if it was used, if the results were awful. Thinking ahead.

BURST (Barry Blyth, R. 1993), Sdlg. Z81-1. TB, 36" (91 cm), EM S. golden butterscotch; F. butterscotch with red infusion halfway down; beards bright mustard yellow; sweet fragrance. Swain X (Mountain Melody x Polished Amber). Tempo Two 1993/94

Happy New Year!
Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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