This sort of thing actually happens more often then it is
acknowledged. That is a solid coloured flower from two plicatas.
I have an article that I wrote on this which I have sent to a few
interested people, and will send it off line to anyone who is
interested. This article is heavy on genetics and not light reading.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "FRANCELLE EDWARDS"
> This was a surprise though not a pleasant one. It is Lovely Dawn X Lip
> Service. I was expecting a nice plicata from that cross; instead I
> pale lavender self. If I look very closely, I can see some plicata
> the hafts.
> Francelle Edwards Glendale, AZ Zone 9
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