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Re: HYB: Using good plants

> I do not knowingly introduce
> slow growers.  If a plant has slow growth or a bloom-out problem but
> has a beautiful  flower, I try to cross it to something that has vigor to
> eliminate the slow growth or bloom-out factor.
> Walter Moores
> Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8
I think there is weak grower (Social Event) and slow grower (Feature
Attraction, White Fringe). No one could say FA is weak. I think slow (not
weak) growth isn't worst choice for here. One of problems here is how to
stop the growth in time.

in Moscow

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