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REB: advice on cultivars?

  • Subject: REB: advice on cultivars?
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Mon, 07 Sep 2009 15:35:21 -0400

 

This question is mostly about performance in TN/KY/MS/GA/SC, but other
comments welcome.

Considering last minute order & wonder if any of you have experience
with survival/fertility of any of these:

These have pedigrees that look like they <might> do ok here:
BLUE MOONLIGHT
BURSTING BUBBLES
DASHING
KISS OF KISSES
MIDNIGHT CALLER
MISTY TWILIGHT
PEGGY SUE
SEAWORLD

Not a clue for these two:
VALENTINE'S DAY
CORDOBA

Thanks for any input. If you aren't comfortable posting comments, email
me offlist.

Linda Mann
east TN



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