2011 Introduction by Mick Morry


* Howard Leopold Morry  (Mick Morry 2011) 

Tet (Area-51 x Killer)
Dormant, Mid season, 5.5 x 27" 4 way branching, 16-20 buds per
scape, 20% polymerous. Easily fertile both ways.
$75 DBL fan

Howard Leopold Morry is a fantastic deep rich purple. It is named for my
great-grandfather who fought in WWI on the Western Front in the battles
of Gallipoli, Beaumont Hamel, and The Somme. Injuries and illness sustained
during the Battle of the Somme resulted in his invalidization to hospital in
England in early 1917. He was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather
and great-grandfather whom we all knew and called Dad Morry.

I named my most regal coloured purple after him to honour
his character, bravery, and very masculine side. Howard Leopold Morry
had a wonderful soft side that was not destroyed by the war. We were
very lucky to have had him in all our lives, and he remained alive
long enough to bounce me on his knee for 4 years. We all miss him
terribly, and I was delighted to have had the chance to have him in my life.