Pod siblings and other seedlings

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Pod siblings and other seedlings

Postby caliloo » Jul 04, 2012 12:49 pm

Remember Butt Ugly? Well - BU's pod sibs are a little nicer looking....

Butt Ugly
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Pod Sib #2 (late day, faded a little in the heat)
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Pod sib #3 (early morning today)
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And a few other seedlings that caught my eye

Little polychrome that faded a little in the heat. I will try to get a better photo earlier in the morning
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Bicolor
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Peaches and ruffles
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pod sib to the other bi-color
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Thanks for looking!

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Re: Pod siblings and other seedlings

Postby Patrushka » Jul 04, 2012 4:51 pm

Yes, BU does have prettier siblings. :D Were the successive blooms of BU any better?
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Re: Pod siblings and other seedlings

Postby caliloo » Jul 06, 2012 5:10 am

I wish they were! There is one opening today that is just horrible looking. If the extra fat ruffly edges weren't hard enough to open properly, it is doing a polytepal thing again. And with 100F predicted and high humidity, I don't think it has a chance of looking decent. However, there were a couple of nice sib blooms again yesterday, I just need to get them off the camera.

Thanks for looking Pat!

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