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Frances Williams

Probably I asked earlier but...
There has been a long standing discussion about Fr Williams. From Jim 
Schwarz I measured one with a short scape with 45 % good pollen and 
One with a scape above the leaves ( the most common one, I think ) with 90 % 
good pollen All plants I measured in Holland had around 90 % good 
pollen  I should like to be more sure about the differnce in pollen 
fertility. If 
you happen to have both I would appreciate if you could send me pollen 
( just take the anthers out a bud that will open tomorrow , let them 
dry a day,  wrap in newspaper and send them to me
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
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