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Re: Seedling help
  • Subject: Re: Seedling help
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Tue, 09 Mar 2010 07:57:59 -0500


And most important of all, are there others of similar color/pattern
that will do well in the "vale"? ;-)

I vote introduce it - provide us all with more MOUNTAIN SUNRISE genes.
Plus I like the dab of MAGIC MAN genes in there.

Does it 'summer' bloom?

< Are there others of same colour and patterns? If so is this an
improvement? Chuck chapman>

<8 buds, grows well, reblooms good flower size and clean foliage. can't
decide on introduction or not.... any input/opinions would be greatly

Mike Sutton

Seedling # U-512: Zoned In X Mountain Sunrise>

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