Linda, I am as puzzled as you are about IMCS-1
"Cloud Shadows." What I was particularly glad to see while weeding today
was very healthy growth on IMCS-1, so maybe I can see what it looks like in
person in the spring (that is, if weather, the moles and other incredible,
variable incidents and accidents allow it).
I wasn't aware there were ANY pigments that would
look violet or purple that were oil soluble--that is, natural ones in
plants. The fall pigment should be CELEBRATION SONG's I(s) unless
IMMORTALITY hides more than it shows. Maybe I need to do some deep digging
on the pedigrees involved.
Are you sure you didn't stir the solution with a
Now, if the winter is as kind to the new ones,
including "Cloud Shadows," as the fall has been (Frances, Ivan and Jeanne
notwithstanding), next spring might be an interesting time around
Did I miss something on your post? Is the
amoena at the bottom of the post IMCS-1?
Neil Mogensen z 7 western NC
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