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Re: H. Blue Arrow and Dorset Blue

I have not used B.A. for hybridizing, but my opinion on it as a plant is it
vigorous, has good blue coloring and a lot of substance.  One I would
recommend is Dorset Blue.  When I have used as a pollen parent I get a high
percentage of pods and a lot of blue in the seedlings, also substance.  

Kay Dye, Edelstein, IL Zone 5

In a message dated 98-08-31 16:23:28 EDT, you write:

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