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Re: HYB: REB?: roots, falling stalks

FEED BACK and VM are both great growers here (FEED BACK isn't a good
bloomer, but it does grow) and LACED COTTON is a longterm survivor here,
so that should be a good combination for good roots.

< Softly Renewed X Star Gate (gives you  Feed Back 2,
                   Laced Cotton, & Violet Miracle)    >

Interesting thought - makes sense to me!

One of the IMMXCSONG rebloom seedlings produces offspring with ferocious
root systems and very healthy looking foliage.  Still playing around
with it to find a good match for good stalks and blooms.  I must be the
only pollen dauber in the world who makes crosses from the root system

Fortunately, the bees here have other things on their minds <g>

<           Believe those with heavy root system have more of a tendency
to be
                   rebloomers!!?? It might be worthwhile to mark those
for later  observation.

                   Betty W. in  South-central KY Zone 6>

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