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Re: Tul Kerem - arilbred

In a message dated 4/1/00 11:38:36 AM Mountain Standard Time, 
dkramb@badbear.com writes:

<<  Tul Kerem is interesting.  To
 my untrained eye it doesn't look 75% aril.  It reminds me more of a
 historic TB from the first half of the 1900's.  >>

Tul Kerem comes from the half stolonifera Saffron Charm.  Stolonifera and the 
other regelia arils definitely have their own look, and it's quite different 
from the onco look.

Lowell Baumunk

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