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Re: 'Aristocrat'

Mine seem to be very unstable also but I like it.

At 08:44 AM 5/31/98 -0500, you wrote:
>  Last year I purchased two TCed  'Aristocrat' seedlings. It is a sport of
>'Halcyon' I believe. It was a nice blue with a narrow perfect cream edge.
>By perfect I mean a very even border. It had good growth and all emerging
>leaves  had the same exacting pattern . I mistakeningly saw the  even
>border as stable. Both plants this year have very irregular  borders
>extending well into the middle of the plant often creating a third color
>where an apparent overlapping of layers occurs.  I liked the old version.
>Has anyone had a similar experience.
>  Glen Williams Vt. zone 5a
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Butch Ragland So. Indiana zone 5

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