Re: photo: Arilmedian seedling and its weird 2 stalks from one rhizome
- Subject: Re: photo: Arilmedian seedling and its weird 2 stalks from one rhizome
- From: Laurie Frazer <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 16 May 2008 13:45:14 -0500
On May 16, 2008, at 12:20 PM, Elmsterj@aol.com wrote:
<x-tad-smaller>This little arilmedian comes from a cross of a Paul Black SDB and a tall arilbred (Eye of Newt X Genetic Artist).
Oh, Elm, I ADORE that seedling (double stalks notwithstanding)! I don't know when or if I've ever seen such a thoroughly playful little flower. It is absolutely irresistible! Please, PLEASE don't let that one go to the compost heap.
And if you want to test it out in a REALLY challenging northern climate, I'll make room for it any day, any year!
I am truly enjoying the pics you've been posting and have been drooling over many, esp. the regelias and regelia crosses. I am eager to add more of those to my garden after seeing Genetic Artist bloom here last year.
Thank you for the wonderful show!
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