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Re: Plant Info Request

  • Subject: Re: Plant Info Request
  • From: maria guzman mirror@3RIVERS.NET
  • Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 09:21:35 -0700

There is a 'Blue Moon' regal, "hybridizer unknown" sold by Holt Nursery.
That's probably no help.  ('Blue Moon' seems to be a not uncommon name
given to cultivars in various families.)

Could 'Mavisette' be a hybrid by the late Collin Tilley who named at least
two zonals' Mavis ....'?  See:


>    I am looking for information on three plants.
>First, 'The Dancer' miniature or dwarf zonal.  Is it the same as
>'Dancer'?  It was from Australia and I would like to know who the
>hybridizer was.
>Second, 'Mavisette' miniature or dwarf zonal from Australia, and would
>like to know the hybridizer on this as well.
>And, third, 'Blue Moon' miniature or dwarf zonal from Australia, and
>would like to know the hybridizer here, too.
>Have hit a dead end on the web, and looking in the three Australian
>books I have, and catalogs.

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