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Re: Streaked Scape

Joanne Pyszczek wrote:
I showed a friend my streaked scape on Striker and she just said "Oh,
> I know it's not all that exciting but it's the first I've seen in my
> garden. 
 do the experienced
> hybridizers cross things that are radically different, i.e. Sum and
> Substance X venusta, or do you work more with line breeding?
> Joanne
> jopyz@earthlink.net
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------

  Your streaked scape sounds interesting. S&S x venusta exists. It's
called 'Little White Lines'. One of my favorite Mark Zilis intros.

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