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[PHOTO] RE: Green Amoena/Umbrata Seedling

This seedling is scheduled for introduction this year. It is from t apink,
Victorian Frills X Coral Beauty, an orangish amoena. It is Reccive Reduced
Carotine. The green/yellow veins appear to be what is present with orange
flowers to change them from pink to orange in appearance. 
This one hasn't been named yet, any ideas are welcome. It won EC in Buffalo in
1998 (or could have been 1997). It is also umbrata (take note Linda) and Peach
Spot is one of the parents of Coral Beauty, which is also an umbrata.

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