Harold Koopowitz, California

Arrowhead seedlings.

February 1, 2016
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Categories: Breeding, Hybridizing, Seedling

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Both still have a green flush at the base of the perianth.

Both still have a green flush at the base of the perianth.

The miniature seedlings (Arrowhead x green sdlng.) that I posted on January 28th have now matured and as Mary Lou surmised, the all green flower has faded significantly although one can still see traces of the green flush in the perianth. Still it remained green for a week before fading. The pictures show both seedlings a week after the first pictures were taken. The natural spread of the flowers is both still under 50 mm at 45 and 47 mm respectively.

Arrowhead x Green seedling.

Arrowhead x Green seedling.

Arrowhead x Green Sdlng. Has now faded.

Arrowhead x Green Sdlng. Has now faded.

2 responses to “Arrowhead seedlings.”

  1. Mary Lou Gripshover, Ohio Mary Lou Gripshover, Ohio says:

    But it’s still beautiful, Harold.  Both are very nice.

  2. Larry Force, Mississippi Larry Force, Mississippi says:

    Harold,

    No matter, green or no green I agree with Mary Lou, both are very nice. It seems green can be an evasive and fleeting color.