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Re:Black Lightning


Here is a photo of Black Lightning an SDB It is being introduced this
year. Photo was sent as a seedling. It bloomed for five weeks this year
and then sent up a secondary flower stalk for 6 weeks total bloom.
Actually very many TBs finished blooming before it did. Very
vigorous, in a climate were almost all black or near black SDB die
after a coule of years. It may prove to be a rebloomer in warmewr
climates then mine, as it puts up secondary flower stalks like its pod
parent Ruby Eruption does for me. Ruby Eruption has proven to be a
rebloomer in many climates and Suttons have gotten many rebloomers from
iRuby Eruption.

To see this and the other intros for this year, as well as seedlings go
to www.chapmaniris.com No hastle shipping to USA.

Chuck Chapman

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