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Old July 6, 2018   #1
oakley
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Default Fused stems, fasciated, mega extreme...

This has been bizarre to watch. Two plants, same variety, same mega right in the
middle of the growing tip. Same height, 4ft. I almost aborted them but no rush for
their growing space. (Dwarfs) A few suckers in the crotch up the stems but never
developed more than 1/8th inch.
Both aborted their mega blooms (yay!) and both formed a 'firework' display of small fruit.
(I wish I had set up a time-lapse)

Last pic is this morning with the mega blooms brown and crusty.
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Another odd one that has pulled out of its troubles. It is now nearly identical to
three others from the same packet.
(different variety than the above)
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Your July 4 pics look like a tomato flower fireworks display.
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Really cute... the mega bloom was like a whole cluster fused together!
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