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well branched seedling correction

  • Subject: well branched seedling correction
  • From: "orders at Sutton's" <orders@suttoniris.com>
  • Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2007 06:44:22 -0800


correction... the stalk wasn't knocked down by a tractor...I cut it before it could be knocked down by a tractor....however....Margaret knocked it down in the house and the top was broken off, guess she is more dangerous than a tractor. 
 
This it the flower with great branching and 15 buds (might be 16).  Sib to the earlier Mtn. Sunrise X ((Twice Told X Connie Sue) x Foreign Legion seedling.  Attached a picture of the stalk before it was knocked down by a tractor.  Interesting purple spathes (sp?).  Also a very large flower like it's sib....been a nice cross.
Mike Sutton
 



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