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Re: Vein Count

>Just wondering where you got the 10 figure?  If a plant
> purchase as "Summer Joy" is growing more rapidly than
other Great
> Expectations. thet is just the pattern of variable growth
rates applicable
> to all G E. plants.  I will stake my ( well something) on
this (Summer
> Joy)being just another Great Expectations!  I believe we
all GOT HAD !

Well, the registration info, of course Ran!

I think some you 'us' got had, but for once, I don't think I
did. I am in denial, and I believe I have the real thing. My
Summer Joy looks nothing like GE. My leaves are much
smaller, it grows like gank busta, comes up early,
consistency of the leaves is not as thick as GE, it's
beautiful, and I like it! So there! LOL!

now what the heck is "sebplsianas" LOL

Lu (Atlanta, Zone 7B)

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