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Steve and Sharlyn Rocha wrote:
:  We are debating out favorite between ALADDIN'S TREASURE and POLISHED BRASS. 
:  Being new to arilbreds, its like a kid in a candy store experiencing these 
:  new to us wonders!  Polished Brass is so intricately laced with veining and 
:  has plicata sprinkled generously.  How could all of this be on one bloom? 

POLISHED BRASS is indeed spectacular -- it's on the front cover of the 1984 ASI
Yearbook, if words don't suffice: 

S cream yellow with olive-green blend, veined red-brown; F same with heavier
veining and dotting,small maroon signal; reddish brown styles.

BUT it's an onco hybrid, not an arilbred.

Sharon McAllister

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