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list your top 3 whites

Posted by rox146 (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 6, 14 at 22:21

I cannot help but ask...I have Samoan Fluff and Daisy Wilcox ( a slight pink touch) and a noid white on my top producing and scent whites...how about you?


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Hong Kong
Psycho Aka Gardena
San Germaine

Laura


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AAAHHHH, Laura...I forgot the San Germain...need one....so many things, so little time... :-))) But alas, the San Diego rotted sale is coming up....! roxanne


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My favorite whites are the ones with no id that I got from my mom and a friend.

I also love Saigon Moon. The flowers are huge!


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I haven't grown enough whites to come up with three, LOL.

Here is my one shining white star:
OS1 seedling inflo
This is my first blooming seedling, that I've nicknamed Big Hank for being so, well, BIG. Blooms, tree, leaves--everything about it is big. Fragrance is wonderful, too.


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Samoan Fluff, Dwarf Decidious White, oh dare I say Singapore Obtusa :)


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Jandey that is soooo beautiful and looks a lot like Daisy Wilcox to me...but her scent is faint and your's sounds divine! roxanne


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San Germaine, Samoan Fluff and Ken's White


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Thanks, Rox! Right off the bat BH had huge thick-petaled flowers and a long-lasting inflo. Not bad for short of three-years-old!


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Wow Jandey, my seedlings took sooooo much longer to get their first blooms and still waiting on a few from '05. I give the non-keepers away. roxanne


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