2011 Yearlings: Growing Well!

All the yearlings from 2011 are growing like weeds. Two of my favorites are Hyacinth, left, the 2011 Plasma Stripe owned by Carol Huddleston of Low Belly Reptiles, and Jörmungandr, right, Ghost Bloodred Stripe son of Pepper and Annabelle. What a privilege it has been to have Hyacinth stay here so I could document her growth! And Jörmungandr looks so pretty next to her- so alike, but so different.

Two interesting yearlings from outside sources are growing up as well! Raven, left, is the 2011 daughter of Graham Criglow’s Halloween Okeetee. She is the eventual mate of Gartersnake, my gorgeous South Mountain Reptiles Okeetee Tessera.

Firefly, right, the Red Factor Tessera het Cayenne Fire, bred by John Finsterwald, Colorado Corns, has some hot dates lined up for the 2013 breeding season too! He will be paired with Buzztail, a stunning Old-School Bloodred as well as Petunia, the lovely Peppermint. I am very excited about producing Tessera morphs!

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