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Re: REB: today's photo
  • Subject: Re: REB: today's photo
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2013 10:30:07 -0400


No, not in a pot, and I'm not willing to dig it so young.

I'm still pondering what I will want to cross it with. With that
double dose of IMM in there, I need to be pretty selective, or form will
go ptui. At least I think it will.

Fortunately, a lot of sibs should be big enough to bloom in spring, so I
can see how the average form is for the cross. If it's all this good,
that will tell me the form is pretty stable and I will have a lot more

Main thing this one needs is a <lot> of height. Much to study this
winter. ;-)

I still can't get over this form coming from IMM! Goes to show tho, put
enough chimps to work and they can type Shakespeare ;-) Sure wish I
knew who the grampa pollen parent was.

Good demonstration of why saving bee pods and using the babies for
breeding can be a good idea ;-) 2nd bloom opened today, and it's won me
over - I no longer think it's yucky ;-)

<How about you make crosses and take it inside to mature? Is it in a pot?

Betty Wilkerson
Zone 6 KY

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