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Re: ... I. pseudacorus

In a message dated 96-05-24 10:40:10 EDT, you write:

>	I assume (incorrectly ?) that the offspring of this yellow seed-
>	thrower does the same thing? I have ordered ROY DAVIDSON,PSEUDACORUS
>	BASTARDII and already have HOLDEN'S CHILD. Or should I assume that
>	since they have at least one other parent (don't know about 
>	the BASTARDII), one should just take ordinary precautions with seed
>	pods.....I try to be scrupulous with them anyway.

ROY DAVIDSON sets a few pods, but not many.  "Bastardii" is pure pseudacorus
and acts just like the deep yellow ones...(but I prefer it to the "normal"
form).  I forget whether HOLDEN'S CHILD sets pods readily or not....Clarence
Mahan in VA

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