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TB: Treasured

Neil, you mentioned TREASURED as one of the TBs you're working with.

It is one that had a <lot> of good looking pollen at Phil's and that set
three pods here - one each on HARVEST OF MEMORIES, IC4 (cream yellow IMM
X CSONG), and pink amoena (white I26 (IMM x CSONG) X CORAL BEAUTY).

Have you (or others, please chime in) grown seedlings from TREASURED or
have you heard from others what 'gifts' it brings to its offspring?

I took the pollen and used it because it had so much good looking pollen
(a <big> need here) and the blooms had a lot of width, substance, and

Plus it's pink, so isn't hiding a lot.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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