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Re: HYB: umbrata (was Romantic Evening)

I think I'm going to need a quadruple dose of Ginko juice to absorb all
of that, Neil - thanks so much.

Now to muddle it up again - you said:
<......Linda, as I understand those to which you applied having
a                 characteristic you called by the term "Umbrata"--we're
talking about                   anthocyanin-pigmented amoenas,
variegatas, neglectas and bicolor blends.  In all the cases the fall has
a large, dark area, often with a band surrounding  it the color of the
standards, more or less.>

Well, almost.  All of the above, <except>   <always> with a band of the
same color as the standards surrounding the dark area on the falls.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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