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HYB TB: Honey Scoop X But Beautiful (and x maria tormena)
  • Subject: HYB TB: Honey Scoop X But Beautiful (and x maria tormena)
  • From: Will Warner <wilwarner@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2010 09:35:10 -0700 (PDT)


Two seedling out of Honey Scoop blooming today (maiden bloom). One good, one not so good, but neat color.  First is Honey Scoop X But beautiful.  Unusual yellow, not really brown, it's gotta be those blyth colors coming through from but beautiful. Little horns, big billowy blooms with good substance, a definite keeper.  On the other Hand Honey Scoop X Maria Tormena didn't have broken color, but it did turn out space age, but form is WAY narrow. Really neat color in the beards. Thought this would be a good comparison of how different seedlings out of the same parent can turn out.
Will Warner
Springfield, Mo

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