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Re: Bloom Report

On Sun, 3 May 1998, Gary D. Sides wrote:

> Today I discovered a really nice bright pink SDB seedling from October
> Splendor X Chanted.  On its maiden bloom, it only has one bud... but none
> of my SDB seedlings have had more... I hope that's the year and that fact
> that they had little chance to grow much last year with the move.
> This one bears watching.  Now if it blooms like an SDB but with the early
> Talls.. .is it really an SDB?
> :)
> G
> *****     *****     *****     *****     *****     *****     *****     *****
>     *****
> Gary D. Sides   Nashville, TN  USDA 6/7   gdsides@ccast.com
> TB Iris Rebloom is Up and Coming!  Get you some today!  They do a body good!
	I discovered maiden bloom just yesterday on MRS. NATE RUDOLPH, an
older SDB.  It is blooming with the late talls.  It is still an SDB, and I
would say the same for your seedling.

	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS 7/8

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