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Re: TB: Slow Blacks

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] TB: Slow Blacks
  • From: "Mike Sutton" <suttons@lightspeed.net>
  • Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 06:56:37 -0700

Hello Walter,
Good growing blacks for us:
Bye Bye Blackbird - grows great for us and we are getting reports from
elsewhere that it is doing well in different zones and climates.
Men In Black - not real black but grows well.

----- Original Message -----

> On 19 Jun 01, at 9:39, neilm@charter.net wrote:
> > "...vigorous and floriferous...which unfortunately does not seem to
> > be true of WILD WINGS (Keppel, 1999...."
> >
>    Nor, MIDNIGHT OIL or  ANVIL OF DARKNESS.  What are the good
> growing blacks?  TOM JOHNSON was not black to my eyes, and its beard
> was yellow and not red as listed in an earlier post on this thread.
>    Walter Moores
>    Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8
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