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Re: Zandria with horns

Nice picture Sterling, I have noticed those proto horns on Zandria here too.
In fact George and I have been crossing it to different bi-tone SAs here.
Getting really colorful results.  Can't tell if there is SA in the back
ground...I only went back to the 70s...feeling kind of lazy. :-o  There
might be some on the Fancy Tales side because the registration just says
several generation of seedlings back to Whole Cloth.  Anyway, it is putting
out some nice bi-tone SAs.
Sorry to be of so little help.  :-(
Porterville, CA USA
USDA zone 8 - hot, hot, hot....105

----- Original Message -----

> I found several flowers on Zandria this year that had
> horns. I have found pronounced nubs in the past but
> this year they were rather noticeable. Is there any SA
> in it's background? Horns would only make Zandria
> better than it already is.
> Sterling

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