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Re: Bloom report

Brad:  Try putting a photo of BATIK next to a photo of, say Innerest's 
Sterling Prince.  SP is a plicata.  Very definite lines and spots.  Batik
is borken up color... white streaks on dark blue/purple.  When it reverted, as
I saw it, it was a self.  I didn't see any characteristics of plicata that
I have seen in other TB's.  I don't like plicatas.  I would venture to say
I would, then, know one when I see one.  What's the hybridizer's registered
description?  Compare that description of any hybridizer's descriptionof 
his/her plicata.  I might be wrong, but.....
Carolyn Schaffner

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