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Re: HYB: IC1xPretty B 19

  • Subject: Re: HYB: IC1xPretty B 19
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2006 07:05:59 -0500

Too soon to answer most of that - this is from one of the 'junk' 
crosses, made on a whim to evaluate how very weak stalked tall would 
mesh with heavily branched & budded but short.  Nearly didn't plant them 
and nearly threw seedlings away without lining them out.

Both parents are TBs.  My guess is this one will probably will be more 
BB range.

Seedlings were abused a <lot> more than most here, left to languish 
jammed together in their germination pot, then lined out during the heat 
and drought of summer, where they survived, but didn't grow much.  I was 
really astonished to see <three> of these kids start making bloom stalks 
once it finally cooled off a little and started raining.  It has three 
small increases.

> It is cute Linda!   How many increases does it have?  Is it a TB? BB?
> ~ Margie V.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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