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Re: chimera


I have always loved this seedling from the first photo and in spite of 
the fact that you said it doesn't always bloom the same. I would buy it 
at new intro prices even if you decided not to intro it. Not only to 
have it, but for my amatuer pollen daubing as well.

Please Please Please put me on the top of your list for this if you can!

(Subtle, aren't I?)

Mike Sutton wrote:
> Here is my blue and white chimera reblooming yesterday.  It never has 
> bloomed quite as nicely as it's maiden bloom but quite frequently it has 
> white splashes or segments on either the falls or the standards.  I 
> think that I will intro it in 2004 because it is a nice rebloomer 
> (especially the white beards) and I am really intrigued by it's 
> erradicate behavior.  Any input on potential introduction would be 
> appreciated.
> Thanks
> Mike

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