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Re: montana Fujibotan

  • Subject: Re: montana Fujibotan
  • From: "W. George Schmid" hostahill@Bellsouth.net
  • Date: Sun, 4 Aug 2002 18:56:24 -0400

Hi Kent,
If you take a good look at the "petals" you will find that some of them are
actually petaloid stamens. With all that "male" influence the female pistil
decided to hightail itself out of there.
W. George Schmid
Hosta Hill - Tucker GA
Zone 7a - 1188 feet AMSL
84-12'-30" West_33-51' North
----- Original Message -----
From: <KT1140@aol.com>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>; <hostapix@yahoogroups.com>;
Sent: Sunday, August 04, 2002 5:14 PM
Subject: montana Fujibotan

> After patiently waiting for the past ten days for the first bud on my
> 'Fujibotan' to open. I decided to pick apart the bottom bud to see how

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