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[IGSROBIN] P. "Weiss Königin"

Hi all,
My P. x peltatum cultivar "Weiss Königin" which has a double white
flower with red veining has made a sport that now has a still double but
pink flower with red veining.
Is this an uncommon event to happen or is it a regression to an earlier
plant perhaps (the one from which the Weiss Königin then should have
been a sport if this was the case). Don't have anything about the
breeder or date or any more details in my files about this cultivar so
don't know if it was a sport itself once. Hope any one can be of help
here! Thanx in advance.
Mimy Sluiter
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