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NOID seedling blooming!

Posted by gardenscents 8 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 4, 11 at 15:43

After 4 years I finally got an inflo, then blooms on one of the seeds I planted (about 7 or 8 seedlings now 5 feet high). Mother plant was red/white striped and left behind in the ground in Florida (hope she's happy).

New baby NOID = pure white with a tiny bit of yellow. Oh well....I was hoping for red but knew better.

If I can figure out how to post (slow learner) I'll put a picture up.

Now what do I do with all of these?

RuthAnne


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RE: NOID seedling blooming!

OK - here's the picture (I think)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/68261425@N05/


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RE: NOID seedling blooming!

I think it's pretty RuthAnne :)


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RE: NOID seedling blooming!

How cool is that! Now it does have an ID, whatever YOU want to name it. Could be the next big thing!

I say "gardenscents",lol

Congrats
mike


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RE: NOID seedling blooming!

so I can call it what I want? How about the rest of the seedlings if they're all white also? Do they all get the same name? Love to experiment but can't keep all the seedlings - they are huge and I have other huge plumies in pots to drag in and out so gotta find homes for some of them.

Thanks again guys (and gals)

RuthAnne


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RE: NOID seedling blooming!

RuthAnne - you can always use our seedlings for root stock to graft onto. You could even make your own muti colored tree. I'm sure you know how expensive they are. If you get good at grafting you could sell off multi grated trees. :) Peg


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RE: NOID seedling blooming!

Peg - tell me about grafting. Never done it. Sounds like the "next step".

I have another set of seedlings coming up - not a NOID tho.

RuthAnne


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RE: NOID seedling blooming!

Ruthanne, there are some good posts on grafting if you do a search. Also, I believe seedlings can bloom differently as they age so it's possible your white may develop a bit more color and size with age, though it definitely won't turn all red.


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