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RE: turkeys ,rebloomers

> From: 	Christie Pierson
> we have a new seedling that seems to be a reverse plicata-amoena. The
> standards are white ground dotted and speckled blue,falls are white ,no
> haft marks. Very upright closed standards hide solid blue stylecrest. We
> looked in our catalogs and noticed most plicatas had their markings on the
> falls or all around the flower ,not just on the top. Is this something
> new?
	Sounds unusual to me.  And a rebloomer!  If it is ruffled (I'm a
ruffle-loving fool), it sounds pretty nice.  If not, it's only one cross

	John Reeds in sunny southern California

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