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Bright Lights

  • Subject: Bright Lights
  • From: halinar@open.org
  • Date: Mon, 3 Jun 2002 23:26:22 -0700 (PDT)


In the hostalibrary under Bright Lghts it says:
"Schmid says that H. 'Bright Lights' is a named clone of H. 'Tokudama 
Aureonebulosa'. It is reported as a larger and more vigorous plant. 
The leaves are puckered, yellow, and have blue-green margins. The 
flowers are white. It comes from Aden/Klehm."

The third image shows dark green leaves with bluish edge and purple - 
lavende flowers?  Error?

Does anyone know if there is a reversed Bright Lights sport that has 
been named?

Joe Halinar

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