Daily Archives: February 18, 2008

another seedling – 15

February 18, 2008
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Netters, This seedling has just opened, hopefully the perianth will smooth out in time. I wanted to try to capture the remarkable color – 3WWG-GGR. A sibling of a previously…

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The real ‘Happy Hour’

February 18, 2008
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Karhy Welsh’s eagle judging eye caught the fact that I’d clicked on the wrong picture (that one was actually ‘Monal’)—this is a row of the real ‘Happy Hour,’ which is…

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Today in Livermore: Oregon Pioneer

February 18, 2008
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My Oregon Pioneers (2 Y-P) weren’t open Friday evening; now most of them are. Here is one of the better-looking ones. John Castor (in Livermore, CA, 37 degrees 40′ N,…

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another seedling – 14

February 18, 2008
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Netters, Here’s one of the more pleasing seedlings. Two nicely formed florets. Petals have an orange flush. On opening, I’d code it 7OOG-O. It’s Dawn Run a (Actaea x viridiflorus).…

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another seedling – 13

February 18, 2008
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Netters, Though in the photo it looks like a yellow cup flushed green, this one was actually 3W-G at opening. A day later, it is 3W-GYG. It is Top of…

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another seedling – 12

February 18, 2008
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Netters; No cyclamineus in this one. It’s Loch Lundie x (Easter Moon x viridiflorus). Intermediate in size – maiden bloom. Bob

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