I posted about this cross recently (February and March). The third (and tallest-leafed) seedling from this cross just opened its first flower. So three out of four of these seedlings have bloomed right where they germinated - the bottom of a cut-off gallon milk jug. They're all still indoors and needing to be planted in the ground. I tried to give a better indication of the true color in the second picture. It shows (on the right) the 3 standards, 3 falls and 3 anthers of the seedling in comparison with (on the left) a single fall and standard from CRICKET SONG [which is about the same color as a typical pallida].