In a message dated 5/15/2006 1:19:28 P.M. Central Standard Time,
<<What makes Paul's chimera rare is that it occurred during
the seed, just after fertilization.>>
Guess this just shows how much I don't know about these things. Now
I'm really confused.
If it happened right after fertilization, why didn't it show up in the
first year blooms instead of now, some 15+ years later?
Or does this happen often with "Being Busy?" Not all the time, since
it's not included in the registration description. (below)
BEING BUSY (Ben Hager, R. 1992). Sdlg. SD4978Y/MrSp. SDB 10-15"
(25-38 cm) ML.
"S. bright yellow; F. deep maroon red, narrowly edged greyed
mauve; beards blue. SD4447: (Combo x April Fool) X Rabbit's Foot., Adamgrove
1993. HM 1995"