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Re: Out House Delight & Mary Marie Ann

"GOOD MORNING ENGLAND"...from Canada...
       Ian....I'm growing seedlings from Out House Delight -->> seed from a first year plant obtained from Plant Delights Nursery last Spring.  Internet Address = Tony Avent <tony@plantdel.com>
        The variegation pertaining to "white aspect" was there on the first leaf up; quite interesting & amazing really, and these, are surviving/growing nicely from a late September sowing.  RE: Asian Pearl & Mary Marie Ann -- I don't have these, so I can't comment.

hope this helps
ps...you still in that Skrupky Sci-Robin?...and how many plants did you have to send to you know who, to stay in it LOL :-B)?)
--in response to--
At 06:35 PM 3/1/99 +0000, Ian Chrystal <ichrystal@hosta-holic.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:
Good evening America!

I have two questions:

Do the seedlings of Asian Pearl, Outhouse Delight and other similar show the white characteristics of their parents
immediately, or does one have to wait a year or two for the early season white colouring to develop?

Following on Warren Pollock's  comments in the AHS Journal that Mary Marie Ann would make an interesting pod parent,
I attempted to set seed on it last year without success.  The weather was lousy anyway, so might have been to blame.
Can anyone confirm if it is fertile?

I have 56F here today, and everything is about two weeks early.  The montanas are on the move, and I fear for a repeat
of last year when hot/cold/hot/cold weather nearly finished them off.  But the daffodils are a sight to behold,and it is
the first day of Spring, so it is not all doom and gloom.

Ian Chrystal


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