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Re: information please

Niagara Falls is not sterile!  I have grown some seedlings from it -
nothing spectacular.

Floyd Rogers

At 06:34 PM 6/30/2000 EDT, you wrote:
>The plant Niagara Falls is listed in the silver book as being sterile.  I 
>have pods on the plant and pods with it used as a pollen parent.  Can anyone 
>share their experience with this plant as a parent?  It is also described as 
>having a pale violet flared flower.  Just how pale is this?  The plant I
>has an all most white flower.  I wonder if this is the right plant?
>Red Stepper has lost its nice red color.  Is this normal?  I have seedlings 
>that still have very red petioles.  Maybe I am making progress in getting
>red to hold through the heat.
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