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Hybridising minis

  • Subject: Hybridising minis
  • From: H8staman@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2004 13:19:57 EDT

Hi Glen

Zumbar and O'Harra were both very good with minis.

H.'Shining Tot'  is an excellent pollen parent for passing in shiney leaves 
and small size.

Biggest tip.  Keep every seedling!.  Normally the minis get culled because 
they are not noticed.

Take care


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