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Purple pod

  • Subject: Purple pod
  • From: "jgcrumpe2001" <jgcrump@erols.com>
  • Date: Mon, 27 May 2002 23:00:30 -0000

Maybe it's because it's the first pod I've achieved on ISTANBUL.  
Maybe it's because I haven't done enough hybridizing.
Maybe it's because some kind of weird thing is happening, but I have 
a pod on Istanbul that is purple.  I've never seen a purple pod 
before.  It appears and feels perfectly healthy.  Are there any other 
purple pod people out there?  --  Griff

P.S.  Hearing from me means I'm bloomed out and haven't started 
digging yet.

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