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Re: parentage of A Many-splendored Thing?

  • Subject: Re: parentage of A Many-splendored Thing?
  • From: Giboshiman@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 28 May 2001 18:36:07 EDT

Here is the registration information for it:

H. ‘A Many-splendored Thing’ 
E.Elslager (ONIR) Plant: 43.0 in. (109 cm.)
diameter, 24.0 in. (61.0 cm.) high. Upright and slow growing. Leaf: 11.5 in.
(29.2 cm.) long, 9.5 in. (24.1cm.) wide. 17-18 pairs of veins. Dark green
with a 2.75 in. (6.99 cm.) wide, slightly rippled, golden yellow margin.
Slightly shiny on top and glaucous bloom underneath; lightly cupped,
moderately corrugated, nearly round with a cordate base. Flower: 2.0 in. (5.1
cm.) long, pale lavender, striped, tubular; Ann Arbor MI: summer period.
Seed: pod is green. Clump History: original seedling, 7 years old, growing in
Ann Arbor MI. Notable Characteristics: dark green leaves, wide margins and
heavy substance. [H. ‘Dorothy Benedict’ x H. hypoleuca]

Kevin P. Walek

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