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Re: Loss of color


SCHAFFCM@SNYBUFAA.CS.SNYBUF.EDU wrote:
> 
> Interesting Clarence -- your mutations.  I am reminded of the introductions
> from Zebra Gardens (??) which have color breaks --
>         This should be another paragraph, it is a separate question
> 
>         The color breaks on the intros from (??) Zebra Gardens-- are these
> mutations, accidents, causesd by virus, deliberate recessive traits??
> These also appear on BATIK.  I'm asking because BATIK reverts sometimes.
> I saw it one year in a Master Judge's (husband and wife!!) garden and one
> half of one of the blooms was purple self. 
> 
> Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo NY

Not too surprising, although the oddities I've seen with Batik have been
half-falls with a plicata pattern, rather than a self.

Gerry Snyder





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