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HYB: questions...

Hi Steve,

There are lots of opportunities in so many areas.  More ruffles on more patterns, improved form and new patterns on Space Agers and rebloomers... if you haven't already, you should pick a goal.  

I would highly recommend that you pick something that you are very passionate about to work with.  There is a lot of work involved in growing seedlings if you elect to grow a large number.  You really ought to aim for what you love.  (Really makes it easier when you are hauling armloads of really awful rotten stalks to the compost pile  : )

Maybe if you tell us a little about your goals you will get some more specific direction.

By the way, it is nice that you got triple sockets on your first seedling.  I have found that trait to pass along pretty well.

Robin Shadlow
zone 5 NE

taking rather perverse pleasure in ripping some of those seedlings out today 


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