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Seachanger wrote:
I have to agree with you, Allan....I am almost certain that it won't produce any fasciation......but will whatever gene that made the flower double
in size to the norm be present in any seeds .....that's what I am wondering.
Here is the 8 toothed one, those ovaries are not looking good...the colour is really bad..I'm sure that they will drop off...
Next is a pic of the #1...as I said it's holding on.
Then a pic of the three....the pink flower is not from the fasciated branch.


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