In a message dated 10/1/2004 11:47:03 AM Central Standard Time, email@example.com writes:
It is possible that is the result when Umbrata and plicata get expressed at the same time.
The pollen parent contained plicata and amoena plicata . . . Innocent Star, Earl of Essex and Hot Streak. Some plicata in the background of Lemon Reflection by way of Memphis Lass.
It will be a week or so before the next one blooms. I'm anxious to see what I'll get from the rest. Should make for an interesting fall. I felt sure the cross would give me fall bloom since the pod parent is a reliable cycle rebloomer and the pollen parent bloomed July thru Oct last year.
I didn't really expect anything to bloom this first fall from plants that were seed back in March!