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REB: Tenderly X (Twilight Fancies x Starring) a couple more
  • Subject: REB: Tenderly X (Twilight Fancies x Starring) a couple more
  • From: <MryL1@msn.com>
  • Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2012 13:58:12 -0400


Blooming now.  Potted, in the house - outside only for photos.
Yellow & white one is 22", 2 branches.  Dark one is 30", 3 branches
& spur.
Now I'm going to use them to practice writing registration descriptions,
purely an exercise. Potted seedlings (17 more to come) have lots of
testing yet to do.  A major factor is they've yet to go through a real
Indiana winter.  Part of all have been left outside. 
BTW - That Mesmerizer X AAA SA thing put out a second stalk from the
same fan after I cut and brought in the first one.  One of it's pollen children,
out of Misty Twilight X Momentous Occasion, is has 2 stalks from same fan,
potted, inside.
Mary Lou, near Indianapolis - having fun with sprouts.

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