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Lumalite -SDB Aitken-1995

  • Subject: Lumalite -SDB Aitken-1995
  • From: "Linda Smith" <irisgrower@cableone.net>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 11:44:26 -0700

Was this one ever named correctly.  What a joy the beards are.!!!!

Can't wait till get a good clump growing from these.  I can see it combined w Eyebright and Pele (which cont. to bloom)  in a front corner area that will have the neighbors stopping to see what is so bright.



    (J. T. Aitken, R. 1995), Sdlg. 88M3A. SDB, 14" (36 cm), EM
    "S. white; style arms yellow; F. yellow, flushed green, rim white; beards red. (Pumpkin Center x B. Jones 334-2: ((Solar Flight x 255: (Melon Honey x M229)) x (Wright L20 x 255))) X (Greenwood yellow sdlg. x Princess of Love). Aitken's Salmon Creek 1995 HM 1998"
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