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HYB: We have horns!

Ta Da!  Announcing my very first seedling TB with horns--I was beginning to
think it would never happen.  This is from a cross of BATMAN X THORNBIRD,
which last year only bloomed a gangly purple hornless thing (ugh).  The new
one really looks like a child of THORNBIRD, with long fuzzy purple horns
with petaloids.  Too bad the standards, which are small and open, are sort
of a dead mushroom color.  The falls are washed with purple, and are
absolutely horizontal, and the style arms are a nice golden tan.  Not
something anybody would want to register, but interesting.

Now if I would just get my nice blue horned TB from DEITY X PACIFIC GROVE,
I'd be happy.

Barb in Santa Fe
Wonder what the judges would think of this ugly duckling if I can get it to
the show on Saturday?

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