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Re: Even more seedlings!
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Very nice Paul. Great seedlings and very interesting colors. Can't wait to see what they produce. You've got some great material to work with. Will W.  

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On May 16, 2010, at 4:44 PM, Paul Archer <pharcher@mindspring.com> wrote:

 

These crosses was mostly just for fun to see what I would get. They are oddly captivating so I'm going to do it again and do sib crosses to play around.

The first is Starring x white founced SA seedling. Starring gave good width to most of the seedlings even though the white SA is somewhat lacking in form. So I'm going to do other SA crosses with Starring.

The last 3 are Champagne Frost x Starring

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