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Re: Chimera Revisited


VERY VERY interesting !!!  How does it grow ?  How tall is it ?


> Randy Squires wrote:
> The 2001 crosses are beginning to bloom,
> Thought I'd share this seedling.
> Altered States X (Point Made x Batik)
> A chimera is an organism
> containing genetically different tissues
> formed by mutation.
> Randy Squires, z10
> North Hills, California
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