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Re: seed pods

 Beth, Lakeside Knickknack is a small plant.  It is more vigorous than the 
Tiara group.  It produces seedlings with vigor and good substance.  It has 
the genes to produce medium to large size plants as well as the small 
miniatures.  It is not a plant that one would buy for beauty.  I only 
registered it because I felt that it had great potential as a pod parent.  
Since it is so vigorous I have had no problem keeping streaked plants and at 
present have about 50 scapes with pods.  If part of the original plant does 
stabilize it will go to Lakeside Paddywack, which is a favorite of mine, 
Lakeside Ninita, Lakeside Miss Muffett, or Lakeside Lime Time.  There is 
another now in the making it is a reverse of Ninita and just as cute as 
Paddywack.  It is almost a whole hosta garden by itself.  I am picking ripe 
pods today and putting pollen on several scapes.
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