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Sweet William and Cross-Pollenation

Posted by lblack61 z5 NY (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 15, 06 at 16:43

Okay, I now have some tall varieties of SW in my yard that I don't recall WSing ( a white, a medium pink, and a beautiful dark maroon with dark maroon tinged leaves).
Is it possible that, like I've heard happens with Columbine, the butterflies and bees have provided a different variety via pollenation?

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