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Old 12-21-2019, 11:49 AM
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The first lead flowered in September. For some reason I can't figure out, the second lead, although at the same vegetative developmental stage as the first, didn't develop its buds until a couple of months later, which accounts for the late blooming of these flowers.

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Old 12-22-2019, 01:36 PM
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Another beauty! Where is this one from?
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This is so beautiful!
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Thank you, everyone, for your comments.

Steve, I don't know where the cross originated, but it's 'Sherwood Forest' x 'Goliath' (at least according to the label).
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Thank you, everyone, for your comments.

Steve, I don't know where the cross originated, but it's 'Sherwood Forest' x 'Goliath' (at least according to the label).
Great parents! Hopefully you’re able to show this one on subsequent blooms!
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Never look a gift bloom in the mouth...or something like that.

Stunning flower. Looks very similar to one I have...so much so that I have to check the tag tomorrow
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