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catching up part 2

Posted by bedmaker 5 upstate ny (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 7, 12 at 23:27

Here is part two and up first is a Bud Bennet intro.

Jubilee Ball (This was it's FFO and after seeing it bloom, I have the bug to do some breeding of diploid pinks. Today I spread JB pollen on all the dip pinks that were blooming)
jubilee ball

INDY SHOCKER
Indy Shocker

Golden Eye
golden Eye

Face Paint
Face Paint

Erin Lea
Erin Lea

Charlotte Roycroft
Charlotte Roycroft

Carolina Cranberry (This is the closest I've been able to capture the color of this one. In the garden it seems to have a blue hue to it. I can't explain it - other than males tend to have some slight color blindness.)
Carolina Cranberry

CALMING EFFECT
calming Effect

Bi-Eyed baby
Bi-eyed Baby

Barbara Mitchell as a poly
barbara Mitchell Poly

Africa
Africa

Have a great evening (what's left of it)

David


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RE: catching up part 2

I have Bi-Eyed baby. I haven't seen it before on the DF but I really like it even though it's a small bloom. Calming Effect is my fav here, even though pink is my favorite daylily collor. Good luck with the seeds on the pinks.. Ellie


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RE: catching up part 2

A bevy of lovely blooms, David. Several really pretty ones, but Indy Shocker is my favorite of the group even though Face Paint is lovely and you have some very pretty pinks.
kay


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My fav is the first, Jubilee Ball.


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RE: catching up part 2

Jubilee Ball is a very pretty pink, but Bi-Eyed Baby is my top favorite.

Debra


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RE: catching up part 2

you have a bunch of beauties, but my favorites are JUBILEE BALL AND CAROLINA CRANBERY.

Jean


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RE: catching up part 2

Just got to this post, and I see you have many more beauties to show. Really like Jubilee Ball, Erin Lea, and Charlotte Roycroft. Avedon


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