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Yellow ensata

Christy's photos of so-called yellow ensata are very interesting.  My
impression is that the form and markings of the top one are those of a
good pseudocorus, although the standards seem a little jumbled.  What
about the lower one?  It seems to have the form of a bred, not wild,
ensata and the colouring of the lower part of the falls does not appear
to resemble pseudocorus at all.  Do we know of anyone who has purchased
this plant and grown it?  Or anything about its origins?  

Ian in Ottawa, who has been frustrated by many failed attempts to open
the signa website at http://www.nettaxi.com/citizens/signa/

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