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Re: 1+1=3 Sometimes


Hi Curt,
      I have to say that that is one of the most interesting things I've seen or heard in a long time. Both the mother and its offspring are very unusual. It's just amazing what pops up sometimes. That's why I find hybridizing so exciting. Count me in if you ever have any of either for sale.
                                                                                                                     .....Bill Meyer
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To every rule, there are exceptions.  This plant is the result of crossing  a seedling with Cinnamon Stix.  The Mom is one of those albescent, lutescent, viridescent-it comes up white turns yellow then green.  It is a seedling of Grey Cole selfed, all other plants from this cross were green or bluish green.  Sisters to the pictured plant include greenies, a two toned green and yellows the shape of Cinnamon Stix.  All have red petioles to some degree.
 
 
 
 
 




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