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Re: HYB: Clarence pedigree

I have bloomed Clarence seedlings out of a similar seedling of mine 95-025A  
which has City Lights and Tall Ships as a parent and a grandparent  
respectively. Clarence, City Lights and Tall Ships seem to be the same kind of  zonal 
which I call zonal plicatas to differentiate them from other kinds of  zonal 
patterns.  In the non-amoena form these have lighter areas in both  the standards 
and the falls. The distribution of color is interesting because  the pigment 
is evenly applied and does not show stippling or striping in  the colored edge 
as is frequently seen in traditional plicatas. My feeling is  that Clarence 
is a amoena luminata since all the seedlings from the cross were  either white 
glaciatas or amoena luminatas. None of the seedlings from this  cross were 
saved because of poor form.
Fred  Kerr
Rainbow acres

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