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Re: PHOTO: Luminata in standards was[1901-2K-petalpusherpaul]

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] PHOTO: Luminata in standards was[1901-2K-petalpusherpaul]
  • From: arilbredbreeder@cs.com
  • Date: Sat, 7 May 2005 09:36:52 EDT

In a message dated 5/7/2005 7:06:57 AM Mountain Daylight Time, petalpusherpaul@aol.com writes:
It is probably something that exists in many flowers to a degree, and I'm embarrassed to say that I just never thought about it before, but I guess that one never really looks close until it appears in the your own seedling patch....!

Sometimes, when something remarkable has appeared in my seedling patch, I've gone back to take a closer look at its ancestors and noticed faint traits I hadn't seen before.  Perhaps I'm not alone....

Sharon McAllister

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