The most fun cross I've made was BEHOLD A LADY (yellow amoena) X
CELEBRATION SONG (pink/blue).
Probably none worth introducing, but babies included yellow amoena, near
pink amoena (grayish standards), gray amoena, t bearded white (sent to
Austin), several different rose to dark purple amoenas, & variegata.
Most not very healthy, but what an amazing array of colors.
I've wondered if getting a yellow amoena from the cross means that CSONG
also carries yellow amoena...
Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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