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CULT: 4-part flower (was Season Ticket)

My 'Apricot Drops' produced all 4-parted flowers this year, but I had only
seen normal flowers on it in the past.  I'm sure something about the
growing conditions probably brought out this condition, but I was also
wondering if it is unusual for this cultivar.  Is there some ancestry in
'Apricot Drops' that might help explain this?  It is rather an odd MTB for
it's age.

Anyway,  I kind'a like it, and hope it keeps it up in the future.

By the way, almost all MTB's here this year would have qualified as MDB's
or SDB's!  They're kind'a cute that way.


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