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Dennis Kramb wrote:

>  I tried pollinating it today with MOTHER EARTH (I want a reblooming
>  arilbred!).  I don't know if it's pod fertile, but it sure didn't
>  any pollen for me on either of the two blooms that came up. =

OPALS FOR ETHEL is a 1/4-bred.
It has never produced pollen for
me, but has proven limitedly pod
fertile.  None of its offspring were
worthy of introduction.  =

Hint:  if you want to get a reblooming
arilbred, at least one parent should
be 1/2 or more aril.

Sharon McAllister

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