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Re: TB: Success of Assorted TB in Zone 5b

----- Original Message -----
From: Bill Wells
LOL! I can't help it! <grin> Them thar extra "appendages" is jest
unnatural-lookin'... nasty ain't even strong enough...perverted mebbe...

Aw, c'mon.  Depends on the flower.  The problem is, too many SA breeders
insist on introducing barking flowers with no redeeming features except for
distinctive appendages.  I'd love to see Select Circle (for example) with
flounces.  I just made that cross, we'll see how it turns out.
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