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HYB: another umbrata

  • Subject: HYB: another umbrata
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Sun, 24 May 2009 09:28:30 -0400

Thanks Griff.

Here's one of mine. FEEDBACK X STUNNING. Look at that wretched
foliage. Narrow, short, avg size bloom, little substance. In spite of
wretched foliage, it has grown pretty well and has been a reliable
bloomer. & it does make pollen. So I've kept it, and maybe one of
these days, I'll have something I want to cross it with.

I keep wanting something in a TB that will <look> like a pumila spot -
don't really care whether or not it's genetically the same.

After a week with no rain, relatively low humidity, and sun, new foliage
is out and most everything looks much better. Even have a few pods that
made it thru the deluge.

Linda Mann

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