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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #61
KarenO
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This one is very unusual. A gs stripe Bicolour cocktail That gets a bright red blush while it’s still green then ripens to yellow on yellow stripe keeping the bright red blush.
Small indeterminate dwarf plant not micro.
Tastes very good
I really like this unusual ripening and hoping it comes through again in the F3. Generally a bicolour blushes after it ripens not before.
From the Venus cross.
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The Bi color is very pretty.
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And it looks really tasty. Just for the first Spring salad.
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