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Jul 27, 2020 9:36 AM CST
Name: Steve
San Diego
Commercial cut flower grower
Cosey wrote:
Ohhh, if we are posting seedlings ... Here is a Hy Patti seedling blooming again. First bloom this year in the middle of a week in the 90's and high humidy. 😁

Florists around here love Rose Toscano. Smaller bloom, but so pretty. Tubers are hard to store for me but I keep trying. Abundant plant.

Hy Patti is a gorgeous mellow orange that errs on the side of mute than bright. The younger inner petals are always slightly darker and you'll get that "peachy" effect without being a bicolored bloom. Tubers also temperamental.

Do you grow Ferncliff Copper? Great all round field grown plants and awesome tuber storing. In the fall the color might hit all your marks.

I think your seedling would be a great florist color. What size is the bloom?

I haven't grown any of those you mentioned, you are expanding my list of "must grow" varieties. Smiling

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