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Re: 201 Homework -- Pink Ground

The last of the simple ground
patterns from SOSTENIQUE X
TRIBE OF JUDAH seedlings....

One seedling had a soft pink =

ground color.  =

S. Soft pink with yellow veining.
F. Inner half stippled tan-on-soft
pink, outer half a smooth, soft violet, =

large burgundy signal.
B. Golden yellow.

Now, of course, my classic 20/20
hindsight says it should have
been introduced -- but at the time
I considered the pattern too "busy"
and thought if I could get the pink
once I could get it in something

Your assignments:

1.  The patterns that interacted to
produce this complex appearance
have been described in earlier
posts.  Match them to the elements
I've described in this flower.

2.  Go back to the earlier descriptions
of White Ground and Ivory Ground =

patterns and imagine what you could
get by putting those on pink ground.

Now onto the more complicated ones....

Sharon McAllister

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