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Help - I am trying to figure out which of several sibling seedlings to
use in various crosses.  These are all from IMMORTALITY (white) X
CELEBRATION SONG (pastel pink/pastel blue).

Of the 33 seedlings that have bloomed so far, 2 are rosy lavender, 1 is
near amoena rosy lavender, one is a pale blue plicata, the rest I've
seen bloom so far are more or less white.

About half (my guess - still waiting for some that haven't bloomed
before) are either cream in bud or chalk white (like IMMORTALITY, the
buds or sort of grayish before they open).

Are there any clues to which of the yellows & whites might carry pink or
amoena genes?

I think I remember somebody saying here that yellows that carry pink
show some tinges of pink or orange.  & I definitely see that in one of
the PINK FORMAL bee pod babies (but not the other that's open so


Thanks in advance.
Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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