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FW: african violet question

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-ahs_gardening@home.ease.lsoft.com
[mailto:owner-ahs_gardening@home.ease.lsoft.com]On Behalf Of Theresa-
Sent: Friday, November 29, 2002 12:02 PM
To: American Horticultural Society's Gardening List; gardeners@hort.net
Subject: african violet question

My sister bought a violet that had blooms on it which were picotee (purple
edged with white)-  however, the new blooms that are on it are solid purple.
Is this common to refert to solid colors?  Any idea why it happened?

SAC, CA zone8-9

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