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HYB: IMM X Red Rock Canyon - reb?
  • Subject: HYB: IMM X Red Rock Canyon - reb?
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2010 08:24:34 -0500


4 pictures - Maiden, so may not be true rebloom. Whopping huge bloom on
a tall stalk. Took <forever> to open but worth the wait. As you can see
from the photo with it next to IMM X LOVE TO FLIRT, foliage isn't good
(mostly frost damage), esp for an IMM kid, but we shall see how it holds
up. Seeing the foliage, no surprise that it doesn't have any pollen -
shriveled anthers. Lots of small increase.

Betty, I had to stand on a chair to get the out of focus top down shot,
but at least you can get an idea of the form.

Another good nick with IMM re: form. That makes.... 5? CELEBRATION
Out of lots of combinations that weren't so great.

Betty, did you hear anything from Mike about whether he has used RED
ROCK CANYON for breeding? Huge blooms and tall stalks may be a
shortcoming re: rain and wind, but I love it.

Linda Mann east TN USA zone 7

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