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Re: Camdyn
  • Subject: Re: Camdyn
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2010 06:55:55 -0500


Anybody know if this description goes with the same flower in the photo
that was posted or was the name re-cycled and used for the orange one?

The registered description sure doesn't match, but no date of intro is
given, so maybe the stock was destroyed and the name re-used & it hasn't
made it to the online data base yet?

Something that performs in the heat of central CA and in Madison after
this past winter sounds worth trying here in the 'vale'.

CAMDYN (Mark Grumbine, R. 2008) Sdlg. MG04-429-2. TB, 34" (86 cm), M
S. old rose, pinkish white center interior and exterior, yellow
cast on midrib and base, ÂââË old rose edge; style arms bright yellow;
F. blue-white center veined blue violet, ÂââË old rose edge; beards
orange in throat, yellow in middle, white at end; very laced and
ruffled; slight sweet fragrance. Sparkling Dew X Cinnamon.

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