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REB: Another Tenderly X (Twilight Fancies x Starring)
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  • Subject: REB: Another Tenderly X (Twilight Fancies x Starring)
  • From: <MryL1@msn.com>
  • Date: Sat, 4 Aug 2012 23:27:17 -0400

 

Planted 35 of these last year. 8 had spent primaries this spring.
This one maidened as a small tall, 2 branches and spur.  Sib to a
BB sized fall maiden I couldn't get a decent picture of, about the
same color. 
 
I started using a new abbreviation in the book this year - spboi.
Stands for spent primary, blooming on increase, which is what
this did.  Looks like it may go again soon.  Getting rain at last.
 
Was horrified at the open standards.  Later blooms still too open
for me, but not nearly this bad.
 
Mary Lou, near Indianapolis, Z5

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