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HYB: Off to a good start!

Hi Jan,
Last time around, I had to be selective in choosing
which seeds to grow on. Now I'm just itching to get
those other ones started too ;0) 

I'm glad to hear that you're working with tectorum and
bearded crosses too. I hope to be able to post
pictures of my newest one of those hybrids next season
[for me -- April/May 2007], if all goes well. It's got
one big fan and one little increase so far -- and
we're just about starting into summer here. By the
way, I don't know if you saw them, but I recently
posted pictures at Iris-Photos, of 'Paltec' (the
excellent old bearded X tectorum hybrid) and 'Flying
Dragon' (my first bearded X tectorum).

Good luck to you in that cross, and all of your other

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