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 Hi Everyone,
    I have successfully (I think) used plantagenia as a pod parent and the resulting seedlings are very plantagenia in appearance. Here is a picture of the two that showed the most difference from the norm. As you can see, they are still predominately plantagenia in appearance. I won't know for sure if they are hybrids until they flower.
                                                                                                 .....Bill Meyer

 

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