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Carefree Beauty.

Post by Ozeboy on 11th April 2010, 03:21

Would greatly appreciate a plant or budwood of Carefree Beauty. Was available from Rustons but unfortunatly has been culled. Has been used extensively overseas as a seed parent. Could be very beneficial to keep it going here for breeding

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Re: Carefree Beauty.

Post by Admin on 11th April 2010, 09:34

I might be able to help... sort of... I think I have a batch of seed in a pack of OP seed sent to me from the U.S. that is from 'Carefree Beauty'. I'll check and let you know. Not as good as the real deal but next best thing I think (they are selfed seeds so CB x CB). I'll post your images later tonight too. My number one Son's birthday today (10 years old)... we've been a bit busy Wink

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Re: Carefree Beauty.

Post by Admin on 11th April 2010, 16:48

Hmmm... I was mistaken. I have 'Prairie Peace' and 'Country Dancer' seeds instead.

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