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Re: blaming the cultivar, stand-up TBs poll

Nell Lancaster wrote:
> Tom's point is sound, but those of us without the acres to conduct
> statistically valid experiments it only highlights the extent of our severe
> disadvantage.  Anecdotes from any list member more than welcome in this corner:
> I won't be drawing any conclusions, I promise <BG>!

Well, BATIK seems to have confusion about number and identity of flower parts 
much more frequently than most, but I still always like the way it looks.

Gerry Snyder, not objective because I got married in Allan Ensminger's garden.

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