I was comparing photographs of BLUID, Burseen '90, from last year with the one I took the other day, and wow, what a difference in flower form. Both years they were taken care of very well, and were supplemented with water, but this year's winter there was no real rain to speak of. Both years Bluid was fertilized well.
Could winter rain water be the cause for the difference in the flower form? I have noticed over the last couple years that flower form photographed from one person can vary drastically from the flower form photographed by another person of the same variety.
As you will probably notice, the color is slightly different too. That is simply because last year's photo was taken in the shade, and this years photo was taken in the sun.
Phoenix Zone 9
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