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Re: descriptions


Crimson King:

>From the Cornell Extension Bulletin 112: "Color effect an intense
violet-purple self. Standards pansy violet, lighter to yellowish claw
and wavy along the edge. Falls continga purple, almost velvety in
texture. The veining is boldly spaced on whitish outer haft, while those
on Kochii are not so prominent. Its fragrance is good, its color very
intense, and its spathe valves deeply tinged. The persistent green
foliage is attractive in winter."

In coastal northern California it is a vigorous grower and rebloomer.

Indian Chief, by the way, is also one of those "can't kill it" level
of vigorous varieties here.

Jean
SF bay area, zone 9

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> SULTAN'S PALACE
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