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March 11, 2002 - Welcome
The weather has been a bit like a yo-yo: most of last week was below freezing, then it jumped up to a lovely Spring-like 13°C on Saturday, now it's back below freezing. As predicted it rained Saturday afternoon, which turned to snow overnight. The wind makes it bitterly cold at the moment though it is a bright sunny day.

As you can see from Saturday's pictures a few more spectacular F2 sxd hybrids opened. It looks like 97-AG-6 should be called 'Tiger'. 97-CQ-1 has nice sized flowers. The blue-green colour isn't stunning, but it is certainly is different! 94-EP-1 and 97-AG-5 are both nice whites. 97-BO-1 is small due to its parentage (my collected diploid danfordiae: ANMc2325, vs. Ahmet Atilla's larger form)

Here's a summary of the F2 sophenensis x danfordiae blooms to-date: F2 sxd Analysis


Did you know it takes a while to process pictures you see here. I start off by going through pictures taken that day, tossing the bad ones, cataloging the rest, and determine which ones to post on the web. The different sizes need to then be generated. Then the pictures need to be linked into the pages they are to appear on, and Title & Description need to be added. Text needs to be added about the day's results, and the test pages need to be generated using relative addressing, then reviewed for errors. The web version can then be generated. Both new pictures and the new/revised web pages need to be uploaded. A final test is done to make sure that everything works properly.


Original97-AG-5
91-FC-1 x danfordiae ANMc2325


OriginalTiger
97-AG-6

91-FC-1 x danfordiae ANMc2325

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OriginalSea Green
97-CQ-1

89-F-4 x 89-F-3


OriginalSea Green
97-CQ-1

89-F-4 x 89-F-3

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Original94-EA-1
danfordiae Atilla x ?


Original97-BP-1
89-Q-3 x danfordiae ANMc2325