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MTB Pushing the Enveloppe Rebloomer 2007 G.Sutton

  • Subject: MTB Pushing the Enveloppe Rebloomer 2007 G.Sutton
  • From: "loic tasquier" <tasquierloic@cs.com>
  • Date: Tue, 3 Nov 2009 13:50:46 +0100

 

Here is

PUSHING THE ENVELOPE

(George Sutton, R. 2007). Sdlg. R465-A. SDB, 13" (33 cm), EML & RE.
S. eggshell white, lower edge pale yellow; style arms eggshell white washed yellow; F. eggshell white veined chartreuse yellow; beards white tipped yellow; slight musky fragrance. Ben A Factor X Ahwahnee Princess. Sutton 2008.

as you can see, it's been registered as a SDB, but it has grown above the 16' each time it has blown, and this is the 4th time this year!

It looks like a tetraploide MTB.

There are17 pods on it, sure she is a good girl!!!

 

I am delighted i have ordered it!

 Loïc

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