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Hi All,

Looking for collective wisdom OR selective genius!  LOL  I have a great 
reblooming seedling in two shades of purple.  It bloomed last fall and again 
this fall, with 4 or 5 stalks.  I know it has viable pollen since I've both 
seedlings and seed from it.  Two sibs have also rebloomed.  One bitone and 
another which is a redish purple self with purpleish blue beard.  I would 
like to use the best and most vigorous of the three to breed other shades and 

One direction I want to work in is the variegata.  I will use CHINESE NEW 
YEAR & IDOL, which Joe Ghio said were blooming most of this summer in CA.  
They are 1st year plants and may not produce pollen. 

Anyone have a suggestion for other variegatas to add to my program?  Jan 
keeps showing BLATANT and reminds me that I've not done much work in this 

Betty / Bowling Green KY USA  Zone 6
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