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HYB: Grand Baroque

Three crosses produced pods on GRAND BAROQUE this year: CRAZY FOR YOU,

From the online database & reading about SPANISH PEAKS in TWOI, sounds
like GRAND B has potential to produce a range of colors & patterns
(ignoring rebloom for now).  Plics, yellows, rims, neglectas, amoenas..

Have any of you used GB in crosses?  It is among the super healthy
reliable rebloomers here.  A bit older than the other rebloomers I've
been trying, not as nice potential for good stalks/branching, but with
all the interesting pollen available this year, thought I'd experiment.

Now I'm wondering what to expect.....

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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