Phrag. besseae fma flavum 'Green Gold'

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  1. Jan 31, 2017 #1

    tomkalina

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    Our palest flavum form, in bloom this morning in a cloudy greenhouse. May have a couple of seedlings ('GG' x self) to release this weekend at the Madison show.
     
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    And, your smallest photo! :poke:
    Yay besseae hybrids! :p
     
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    That's lovely. Is it one of the ones you are using to try to breed a white besseae?
     
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    Beautiful...I just love these pale, subtle colors.
     
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    Nice flower with wide petals. Mike
     
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    Wow - that's a very nice one Tom.
     
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    Good one and what abax said.
     
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    So pale, wow, almost white!
     
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    lemon sorbet
     
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    good form too
     
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    Exact description Ozpaph and would have been a very
    good name.
     
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