shive1 said:I hope to register this one next year as Gypsy Cats if I have enough fans. It has a 7.5 inch bloom on 29 inch scapes with 24-28 buds and 4-5 way branching. The parents are the Trimmer seedling "Laughing Hyena" and Back Scratcher. I'm not sure if it's a dormant or a semievergreen. The first two winters I was sure it was dormant since it died back totally early in December. Last year it acted more like a semievergreen. I need to check for resting buds this winter.
I'll always keep this one in the garden, even if it doesn't develop enough buds to register: Shores of Time X Rosy Rhino. The deep rose pink color carries a long way and makes the blooms stand out in the seedling bed.
I am amazed that seeds sowed as late as November are going to bloom for me this year! I didn't even know that was possible. And I do remember that it took about 2 weeks after I sowed them to show germination. So that would put it near the end of November. We're talking about 7 months from seed to scape/buds! I'm pretty excited to see blooms so soon!