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{Disarmed} Re: Pod

  • Subject: {Disarmed} Re: [iris-photos] Pod
  • From: "David Ferguson" manzano57@msn.com
  • Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2006 20:27:18 -0600
  • Seal-send-time: Fri, 28 Jul 2006 20:27:18 -0600

Odd to see photos of pods still.  Picked the last one here about three weeks ago.  Fun though.
I had one super whopper, think it was a bee pod on 'Prospero'.  Totally full of huge seeds.  Didn't think to take a picture (I think), but I swear it weighed a pound (well, maybe part of a pound anyway).  It was close to three inches long and a bit over an inch long - biggest one I've ever had on a TB (longer ones on Spurias, but nowhere near as fat).

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