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Re: HYB: Better Close Up of Second Reblooming Diploid Seedling

  • Subject: Re: HYB: Better Close Up of Second Reblooming Diploid Seedling
  • From: thomas silvers <tesilvers@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2006 05:45:19 -0800 (PST)

Margie Valenzuela wrote:
>That's a very nice close-up of your reblooming
>seedling Tom. Any plans for it? 
>~ Margie V.
>Oro Valley, AZ.

Thanks Margie. Actually, I had to crouch pretty low --
I tried to get lower than the flower (which was about
a foot high) -- since the falls are tucked under a

As for plans... although I enjoy them both in spite of
their many faults, I don't think that this rebloomer
or its reblooming sister are worthy of registration.
But I do have great plans for these two, as breeders.
Interbred and also crossed to other diploids,
hopefully they'll beget some much better reblooming
diploid types. And now that Linda Mann has mentioned
it, I sure would enjoy a reblooming pallida type too!
I'll have to remember to try crossing them with the
PRINCESS BEATRICE I got from Neil Mogensen, and with

In the meantime, I sure enjoyed my little fall bloom,
even if it was just two stalks in a big seedling bed.

Thanks for your interest, Tom

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