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Re: Color Parade-Sweet Standard

Narda, my info differs from JoAnne's.

Honeybells '86 parents unknown
Sweet Standard '84 sport of Honeybells
Fragrant Bouquet '82 cross of Fascination x Summer Fragrance
Color Parade NR sport of Fragrant Bouquet and or the original.

The way I understand Fragrant Bouquet, it was originally streaked, then
stabilized to what's in the market being sold as FB today.
Color Parade is a streaked plant, but since FB is in the market as a
non-streaked plant, it got a new name.

Not sure about the particulars on Color Parade, however Sweet Standard is
registered as:
H: 22" W: 50" Leaf H: 8.5 W. 4.24 with 9 pairs of veins.

If someone has a mature(ish) Color Parade, maybe they can provide the

More than you wanted to know, huh?

Lu (Atlanta, Zone 7B)

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