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Re: Marking flowers

    Use jeweler's tags, from Staples. Tie around the base of each flower. On
the tag just use a code with the pollen parents name, for example Big Daddy
= BDAD. You can add the year also like, 99=9 . So 9BDAD, would be crossed in
99 using Big Daddy pollen. You will know the pod parent when you collect the
seed in the fall . Keep records for yourself, it is extra work, but you'll
know which crosses worked the best. If you have any questions, send me a
private e-mail.
Good Luck,
-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Groothuis <mike.groothuis@worldnet.att.net>
To: hosta-open@mallorn.com <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Saturday, July 10, 1999 1:21 PM
Subject: Marking flowers

>I am performing several controlled crosses for the first time this year.
>What is a good way to mark the flower with the parent (ex. 'xxxxx' X
>'Wide Brim') so I can see if the pod forms? I'd appretiate any help.
>Mike Groothuis
>Niles, MI
>zone 5b
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